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Nanostructures: Ultraviolet–Visible Chiroptical Activity of Aluminum Nanostructures (Small 39/2017)

Nanostructures: Ultraviolet–Visible Chiroptical Activity of Aluminum Nanostructures (Small 39/2017)
Junjun Liu, Lin Yang, Zhifeng Huang, Han Zhang, Jianfang Wang
In article number 1701112, Zhifeng Huang and co-workers report chiral aluminum nanostructures with strong, stable chiroptical activity in the UV-visible region that are fabricated by glancing angle physical vapor deposition. The chiroptical activity originates from the hidden helicity or helicity duplication from the chiral host, and the latter can be generally adapted to diverse plasmonic metals.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/smll.201770211

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