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Design and characterization of a plasmonic Doppler grating for azimuthal angle-resolved surface plasmon resonances

Design and characterization of a plasmonic Doppler grating for azimuthal angle-resolved surface plasmon resonances
Jer-Shing Huang, Fan-Cheng Lin, Kel-Meng See
A plasmonic Doppler grating (PDG) provides an azimuthal angle-dependent continuous broadband lattice momentum and serves as a broadband continuous grating platform for micro- to nanophotonic spectroscopic applications. The PDG can be easily introduced into microfluidic systems as an on-site spectroscopic detector.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/NR/~3/mnsSHOQ4pSs/C7NR01509G

DOI: 2017/NR/C7NR01509G

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