Active Plasmonics and Tuneable Plasmonic Metamaterials by Anatoly V. Zayats, Stefan Maier

By Anatoly V. Zayats, Stefan Maier

This publication, edited via of the main revered researchers in plasmonics,  gives an summary of the present country in plasmonics and plasmonic-based metamaterials, with an emphasis on energetic functionalities and an eye fixed to destiny advancements. This publication is multifunctional, important for rookies and scientists drawn to functions of plasmonics and metamaterials in addition to for tested researchers during this multidisciplinary area.

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05 Spaser radiation Plasmon fluorescence Gain medium fluores. 4 Spaser SP population and spectral characteristics in the stationary state. 02 eV. 2. (a) Number Nn of plasmons per spasing mode as a function of the excitation rate g (per one chromophore of the gain medium). Computations are done for the dipole eigenmode with the spasing frequencies ωs as indicated, which were chosen by the corresponding adjustment of the nanoshell aspect ratio. (b) Population inversion n12 as a function of the pumping rate g.

We will denote the local field at a point r inside this metamaterial as e(r, ω) = −∇ϕ(r, ω). 36) for r belonging to the surface S of the slab under consideration. To present our results in a closed form, we first derive a homogenization formula used in Reference 85 (see also references cited therein). 37) V where ε(r, ω) is a position-dependent permittivity. 38) where we took into account the Maxwell continuity equation ∇[ε(r, ω)e(r, ω)] = 0. 36), we can transform it back to the volume integral as D= 1 VE∗ (ω) S 1 VE (ω) V ∗ ϕ ∗ (r)ε(r, ω)e(r, ω)dS = ε(r, ω) |e(r, ω)|2 dV.

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