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Localized surface plasmon resonances in the ultraviolet from large scale nanostructured aluminum films

Abstract : We report on a straightforward preparation method to obtain a dense layer of quasi-spherical aluminum nanoparticles over a large area. The method is based on rapid thermal annealing of a thin aluminum film deposited on a super-repellent substrate. Diameters ranging from 2 to 15 nm are obtained by varying the film thickness. Aluminum nanoparticles exhibit well-defined localized surface plasmon resonances in the ultraviolet range as revealed by extinction measurements and confirmed by Mie theory.
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Jérôme Martin, Julien Proust, Davy Gérard, Jerome Plain. Localized surface plasmon resonances in the ultraviolet from large scale nanostructured aluminum films. Optical Materials Express, OSA pub, 2013, 3 (7), pp.954. ⟨10.1364/OME.3.000954⟩. ⟨hal-02380677⟩

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