Subwavelength Optics Theory and Technology

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From the beginning of this century, there has been a dramatic increase in interest in the study of surface plasmon polaritons-based metallic subwavelength structures and learning. This is a ...
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BOTTOM-UP APPROACHES

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Yongqi Fu

Abstract

Two commonly used approaches for fabrication of plasmonic nanostructures: self assembled monolayer and electrochemistry techniques were introduced. The bottom-up approach has advantages of cost effective, large area fabrication, and simple process. But it is chemistry-based process, and thus has shortages of low repeatability, unstable, and low uniformity. It is suitable for fabrication of micro-/nanostructures which can be used as biosensors in life science.

Affiliation:

School of Physical Electronics University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.