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Fabry–Pérot-type enhancement in plasmonic visible nanosource

Abstract : Starting from thin film planar technology, we designed and fabricated a visible optical source that produces a localized bright spot with nanometric dimensions. The structure consists of exciting surface plasmons through the illumination of a subwavelength hole in a silver film and in confining them at the vicinity of the aperture by surrounding the hole of Bragg mirrors resonant with the plasmons generated. Both finite element method computations and experimental results evidence the performances of this device that could find applications, for example, in nanolithography or optical data storage.
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Marianne Consonni, Jérôme Hazart, Gilles Lerondel. Fabry–Pérot-type enhancement in plasmonic visible nanosource. Applied Physics Letters, American Institute of Physics, 2009, 94 (5), pp.051105. ⟨10.1063/1.3039075⟩. ⟨hal-02329180⟩

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