Gold nanowires in general demonstrate very interesting plasmonic properties. Here, by applying the generalized Snell's law introduced by F. Capasso in 2011, we study how the resonant behavior of the nanowires and their geometrical feature such as the radius of curvature can produce a bent in the propagation direction of a transmitted light beam. The measurements that were performed at a wavelength larger than the nanopatterned features reveal information on the meatusurface morphology.

Study of the anomalous refraction produced by self assembled gold nanowires

MARTELLA, CHRISTIAN;GIORDANO, MARIA CATERINA;CHIAPPE, DANIELE;BUATIER DE MONGEOT, FRANCESCO
2013

Abstract

Gold nanowires in general demonstrate very interesting plasmonic properties. Here, by applying the generalized Snell's law introduced by F. Capasso in 2011, we study how the resonant behavior of the nanowires and their geometrical feature such as the radius of curvature can produce a bent in the propagation direction of a transmitted light beam. The measurements that were performed at a wavelength larger than the nanopatterned features reveal information on the meatusurface morphology.
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