Rod-shaped plasmonic sensors

Andreas Henkel
Plasmonic nanoparticles exhibit strong light scattering efficiency due to the oscillations of their conductive electrons (plasmon), which are excited by light. For rod-shaped nanoparticles, the resonance position is highly tunable by the aspect ratio (length/width) and the sensitivity to changes in the refractive index in the local environment depends on their diameter, hence, their volume. Therefore, rod-shaped nanoparticles are highly suitable as plasmonic sensors.\r\nWithin this thesis, I study the formation of gold nanorods and nanorods...
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