Photonic Bandgap Structures Novel Technological Platforms for Physical, Chemical and Biological Sensing

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This E-Book covers the research and the development of a novel generation of photonic devices for sensing applications. The E-Book starts with a brief review of basic photonic crystal (PhC) structure ...
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Photonic Crystal Fiber for Chemical Sensing Using Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering

Pp. 157-179 (23)

Yun Han and Henry Du

Abstract

The unique feature of photonic crystal fiber (PCF) both as a light guide and a gas/liquid transmission cell allows synergistic integration of optics and microfluidics. There is a growing interest in PCF as a platform for spectroscopy-based chemical and biological sensing. In this chapter, we focus on PCF for sensing and detection using surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS). We examine the state-of-theart, challenges and opportunities in the development of SERS-active PCF sensors.

Keywords:

Photonic crystal fiber, surface-enhanced raman scattering, chemical sensing.

Affiliation:

Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA