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|Author||: Alexei A. Maradudin,J. Roy Sambles,William L. Barnes|
|Total Pages||: 460|
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Plasmonics is entering the curriculum of many universities, either as a stand alone subject, or as part of some course or courses. Nanotechnology institutes have been, and are being, established in universities, in which plasmonics is a significant topic of research. Modern Plasmonics book offers a comprehensive presentation of the properties of surface plasmon polaritons, in systems of different structures and various natures, e.g. active, nonlinear, graded, theoretical/computational and experimental techniques for studying them, and their use in a variety of applications. Contains material not found in existing books on plasmonics, including basic properties of these surface waves, theoretical/computational and experimental approaches, and new applications of them. Each chapter is written by an expert in the subject to which it is devoted. Emphasis on applications of plasmonics that have been realized, not just predicted or proposed.
|Author||: Surender Kumar Sharma,Carlos Jacinto da Silva,Daniel Jaque Garcia,Navadeep Shrivatava|
|Publsiher||: Woodhead Publishing|
|Total Pages||: 403|
|Genre||: Technology & Engineering|
Download Modern Luminescence from Fundamental Concepts to Materials and Applications Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Modern Luminescence: From Fundamental Concepts to Materials and Applications, Volume One, Concepts and Luminescence is a multivolume work that reviews the fundamental principles, properties and applications of luminescent materials. Topics addressed include key concepts of luminescence, with a focus on important characterization techniques to understand a wide category of luminescent materials. The most relevant luminescent materials, such as transition metals, rare-earth materials, actinide-based materials, and organic materials are discussed, along with emerging applications of luminescent materials in biomedicine, solid state devices, and the development of hybrid materials. This book is an important introduction to the underlying scientific concepts needed to understand luminescence, such as atomic and molecular physics and chemistry. Other topics explored cover the latest advances in materials characterization methods, such as Raman spectroscopy, ultrafast spectroscopy, nonlinear spectroscopy, and more. Finally, there is a focus on the materials physics of nanophotonics. Includes an overview of the underlying scientific concepts of luminescence, such as quantum theory, physics and historical context Provides the most important materials characterization methods, including Raman spectroscopy, nonlinear spectroscopy, and more for a wide range of luminescent materials Introduces nanophotonics dynamics that are important to keep in mind when designing materials and devices
|Author||: P A D Gonçalves,N M R Peres|
|Publsiher||: World Scientific|
|Total Pages||: 464|
Download An Introduction to Graphene Plasmonics Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book is meant as an introduction to graphene plasmonics and aims at the advanced undergraduate and graduate students entering the field of plasmonics in graphene. In it different theoretical methods are introduced, starting with an elementary description of graphene plasmonics and evolving towards more advanced topics. This book is essentially self-contained and brings together a number of different topics about the field that are scattered in the vast literature. The text is composed of eleven chapters and of a set of detailed appendices. It can be read in two different ways: Reading only the chapters to get acquainted with the field of plasmonics in graphene or reading the chapters and studying the appendices to get a working knowledge of the topic. The study of the material in this book will bring the students to the forefront of the research in this field. Errata(s) Errata (159 KB) Contents: IntroductionElectromagnetic Properties of Solids in a NutshellSurface Plasmon–Polaritons at Dielectric–Metal InterfacesGraphene Surface PlasmonsExcitation of Graphene Surface PlasmonsLaunching Plasmons Using a Metallic AntennaPlasmonics in Periodic Arrays of Graphene RibbonsPlasmons in Graphene Nanostructures and in One-dimensional ChannelsExcitation of Surface Plasmon–Polaritons Using Dielectric GratingsExcitation of Plasmons by an Emitting DipoleConcluding Remarks Readership: Advanced undergraduate and graduate students entering the field of graphene plasmonics.
|Author||: Peng Yu,Hongxing Xu,Zhiming M. Wang|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 348|
Download Plasmon enhanced light matter interactions Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book highlights cutting-edge research in surface plasmons, discussing the different types and providing a comprehensive overview of their applications. Surface plasmons (SPs) receive special attention in nanoscience and nanotechnology due to their unique optical, electrical, magnetic, and catalytic properties when operating at the nanoscale. The excitation of SPs in metal nanostructures enables the manipulation of light beyond the diffraction limit, which can be utilized for enhancing and tailoring light-matter interactions and developing ultra-compact high-performance nanophotonic devices for various applications. With clear and understandable illustrations, tables, and descriptions, this book provides physicists, materials scientists, chemists, engineers, and their students with a fundamental understanding of surface plasmons and device applications as a basis for future developments.
|Author||: Adil Denizli|
|Publsiher||: John Wiley & Sons|
|Total Pages||: 260|
Download Plasmonic Sensors and their Applications Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
Plasmonic Sensors and their Applications A practically-focused reference and guide on the use of plasmonic sensing as a faster and cheaper alternative to conventional sensing platforms Plasmons, the collective oscillations of electrons occurring at the interface between any two materials, are sensitive to changes in dielectric properties near metal surfaces. Plasmonic sensors enable the real-time study of unique surface properties by monitoring the effect of the material interaction at the sensor surface. Plasmonic sensing techniques offer fast, label-free analysis, and hold advantages over labelling techniques such as ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay). Plasmonic Sensors and their Applications examines the development and use of highly sensitive and selective plasmonic sensing platforms in chemistry, biotechnology, and medicine. Contributions by an international panel of experts provide timely and in-depth coverage of both real-world applications and academic research in the dynamic field. The authors describe advances in nanotechnology, polymer chemistry, and biomedicine, explore new and emerging applications of plasmonic sensing, discuss future trends and potential research directions, and more. This authoritative volume: Demonstrates why plasmonic sensing is a profitable method for easy and label-free analysis in real-time Covers a variety of applications of plasmonic sensors, such as disease diagnostics, vitamin detection, and detection of chemical and biological warfare agents Includes a brief introduction to the history and development of plasmonic sensors Provides concise theory and background for every application covered in the text Plasmonic Sensors and their Applications is an invaluable resource for analytical chemists, biochemists, biotechnologists, protein and surface chemists, and advanced students of biotechnology.
|Author||: Dror Sarid,William A. Challener|
|Publsiher||: Cambridge University Press|
|Total Pages||: 386|
Download Modern Introduction to Surface Plasmons Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This book introduces graduate students in physics, optics, materials science and electrical engineering to surface plasmons, and applications of surface plasmon physics.
|Author||: Thomas Christensen|
|Total Pages||: 181|
Download From Classical to Quantum Plasmonics in Three and Two Dimensions Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This thesis provides a comprehensive introduction to two active research directions within the field of plasmonics: (i) nonclassical, or quantum, aspects of the plasmonic response; and (ii) two-dimensional plasmonics, a recent innovation in the field stimulated by the advent of two-dimensional materials. It discusses the fundamentals of this field in detail, and explores several current research directions. Nonclassical plasmonics has been spurred on in recent years by the tremendous technological progress in nanofabrication and optical characterization; today, it is possible to investigate the plasmonic features of nanostructures with characteristic features in the few nanometer range. The book describes and analyzes the breakdown of the classical theory under these conditions and explores several alternatives and extensions. The unique electronic and dimensional features of novel two-dimensional materials, such as graphene, lie at the core of plasmonics' most rapidly developing subfield; two-dimensional plasmonics. This thesis provides a clear and comprehensive exposition of the central features for interested researchers looking for an entry point to this riveting area.
|Author||: Paulo André Dias Gonçalves|
|Publsiher||: Springer Nature|
|Total Pages||: 232|
Download Plasmonics and Light Matter Interactions in Two Dimensional Materials and in Metal Nanostructures Book in PDF, Epub and Kindle
This thesis presents a comprehensive theoretical description of classical and quantum aspects of plasmonics in three and two dimensions, and also in transdimensional systems containing elements with different dimensionalities. It focuses on the theoretical understanding of the salient features of plasmons in nanosystems as well as on the multifaceted aspects of plasmon-enhanced light–matter interactions at the nanometer scale. Special emphasis is given to the modeling of nonclassical behavior across the transition regime bridging the classical and the quantum domains. The research presented in this dissertation provides useful tools for understanding surface plasmons in various two- and three-dimensional nanostructures, as well as quantum mechanical effects in their response and their joint impact on light–matter interactions at the extreme nanoscale. These contributions constitute novel and solid advancements in the research field of plasmonics and nanophotonics that will help guide future experimental investigations in the blossoming field of nanophotonics, and also facilitate the design of the next generation of truly nanoscale nanophotonic devices.