Surface plasmon mediated interference phenomena in low-Q silver nanowire cavities

  • Allione M
  • Temmov V
  • Fedutik Y
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Optical excitation of surface plasmons in wet-chemically grown monocrystalline silver nanowires ( approximately 100 nm diameter and up to a few tens of micrometers length) is studied by broadband imaging spectroscopy. Surface plasmons excited by an incident light beam in the so-called Kretschmann-Raether configuration give optical interference phenomena in the spectral domain. These spectral oscillations are interpreted in terms of Fabry-Perot cavity modes for surface plasmons in silver nanowires and allow for a direct experimental determination of the surface plasmon group velocity and cavity losses.

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  • Marco Allione

  • Vasily V. Temmov

  • Yuri Fedutik

  • Ulrike Woggon

  • Mikhail V. Artemyev

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