Manipulating plasmon modes in tip-enhanced Raman microscopy

A L Demming, F Festy, F Huang, D Richards

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Abstract

The influence of polarization on the plasmon modes excited in tip-enhanced near-field optical microscopy have been investigated using the Finite Difference Time Domain Method. Analysis of the calculated results have laid particular emphasis on the ability to align local field enhancements with the orientation of molecules in order to optimize Raman signals, with particular relevance to recent experimental work on carbon nanotubes.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationJournal of Korean Physical Society
PagesS1-S4
Number of pages4
Volume47
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2005

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Demming, A. L., Festy, F., Huang, F., & Richards, D. (2005). Manipulating plasmon modes in tip-enhanced Raman microscopy. In Journal of Korean Physical Society (Vol. 47, pp. S1-S4)