Design and applications of lattice plasmon resonances
plasmonics, lattice plasmon resonance, nanoparticle array, coupling, sensors
ABSTRACT With their unique optical properties associated with the excitation of surface plasmons, metal nanoparticles (NPs) have been used in optical sensors and devices. The organization of these NPs into arrays can induce coupling effects to engineer new optical responses. In particular, lattice plasmon resonances (LPRs), which arise from coherent interactions and coupling among NPs in periodic arrays, have shown great promise for realizing narrow linewidths, angle-dependent dispersions, and high wavelength tunability of optical spectra. By engineering the materials, shapes, sizes, and spatial arrangements of NPs within arrays, one can tune the LPR-based spectral responses and electromagnetic field distributions to deliver a multitude of improvements, including a high figure-of-merit, superior light–matter interaction, and multiband operation. In this review, we discuss recent progress in designing and applying new metal nanostructures for LPR-based applications. We conclude this review with our perspective on the future opportunities and challenges of LPR-based devices.
Tsinghua University Press
Bharath Bangalore Rajeeva,Linhan Lin,Yuebing Zheng, Design and applications of lattice plasmon resonances. NanoRes.2018, 11(9): 4423–4440