From Fundamentals to ApplicationsEdited by
- Hiroshi Masuhara, Department of Applied Physics, Osaka University Osaka, Japan
- Satoshi Kawata, Department of Applied Physics, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
This second volume in the Handai Nanophotonics book series covers the area of Nanoplasmonics, a recent hot topic in the field of nanophotonics, impacting a diverse range of research disciplines from information technology and nanotechnology to the bio- and medical sciences. The interaction between photons and metal nanostructures leads to interesting and extraordinary scientific phenomena and produces new functions for nano materials and devices. Newly discovered physical phenomena include local mode of surface plasmon polariton excited in nanoparticles, hot spots on nano-rods and nano-cones, long range mode of surface plasmons excited on thin metal films, and dispersion relationship bandgaps of surface plasmons in periodic metal structures. These have been applied to, for example, single molecule detection and nano-imaging/spectroscopy, photon accumulation for lasing applications, optical nano-waveguides and nano-circuits.
For those studying or working in technology and nanotechnology to the bio- and medical sciences
Hardbound, 334 Pages
PART I: THEORY OF NANOPLASMONICS
Chapter 1: Magnetic plasmon resonance (A.K. Sarychev et al.).
Chapter 2: Theory of optical transmission through arrays of subwavelength apertures (L. Martín-Moreno et al.).
Chapter 3: Linear and nonlinear optical response of concentric metallic nanoshells (M. Fukui et al.).
Chapter 4: Low-dimensional optical waveguides and wavenumber surface (J. Takahara, T. Kobayashi).
PART II : PLASMON ENHANCED SPECTROSCOPY AND MOLECULAR DYNAMICS
Chapter 5: Specific Raman band shift caused by mechano-chemical effect in enhanced near-field Raman Spectroscopy (H. Watanabe et al.).
Chapter 6: Single molecule sensitivity in surface enhanced Raman scattering using surface plasmon(M. Futamata, Y. Maruyama).
Chapter 7: Enhanced Raman scattering mediated by metallic surface-particle gap modes (S. Hayashi).
Chapter 8: Surface plasmon enhanced excitation of photofunctional molecules in nanospace towards molecular plasmonics (A. Fujii, A. Ishida).
Chapter 9: Localized surface plasmon resonance enhanced second-harmonic generation (K. Kajikawa et al.).
Chapter 10: Localized surface plasmon resonancecoupled photo-induced luminescence and surface enhanced Raman scattering from isolated single Ag nano-aggregates (T. Itoh et al.).
Chapter 11: Single particle spectroscopic study on surface plasmon resonance of ion-adsorbed gold nanoparticles (T. Asahi, H. Masuhara).
PART III: MATERIALS AND DEVICES FOR NANOPLASMONICS
Chapter 12: Enhancement of luminescence in plasmonic crystal devices (T. Okamoto et al.).
Chapter 13: Intrinsic properties due to self-organization of 5nm silver nanocrystals (M.P. Pileni).
Chapter 14 : Gold nanorods: preparation, characterization, and applications to sensing and photonics (S. Yamada, Y. Niidome).
Chapter 15: Optical trapping and assembling of nanoparticles (H. Yoshikawa et al.).
Chapter 16: Femtosecond laser fabrication of three-dimensional metallic micro-nanostructures (H.-B. Sun et al.).
Chapter 17: Nanophotolithography based on surface plasmon interference (T. Ishihara, X. Luo).