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図書
Michael Quinten
出版情報: Weinheim : Wiley-VCH, c2011  xiv, 488 p. ; 25 cm
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Introduction
Nanoparticle Systems And Experimental Optical Observables
Classification of Nanoparticle Systems
Stability of Nanoparticle Systems
Extinction, Optical Density and Scattering
Interaction Of Light With Matter ? The Optical Material Function
Classical Description
Quantum Mechanical Concepts
Tauc -
Lorentz- and OJL -
Model
Kramers Kronig Relations and Penetration Depth
Fundamentals Of Light Scattering By An Obstacle
Maxwell's Equations and the Helmholtz Equation
Electromagnetic Fields
Boundary Conditions
Poynting's Law and Cross Sections
Far-Field and Near-Field
The Incident Electromagnetic Wave
Rayleigh's Approximation for Small Particles -The Dipole Approximation
Rayleigh-Debye-Gans Approximation for Vanishing Optical Contrast
Mie's Theory For Single Spherical Particles
Electromagnetic Fields and Boundary Conditions
Cross Sections, Scattering Intensities and Related Quantities
Resonances
Optical Contrast
Near-Field
Application Of Mie's Theory
Drude - Metal Particles
Noble Metal Particles
Catalyst Metal Particles
Magnetic Metal Particles
Rare Earth Metal Particles
Summary On Metal Particles
Semi-Metal and Semiconductor Particles
Carbonaceous Particles
Absorbing Oxide Particles
Nonabsorbing Oxide Particles
Particles With Phonon Polaritons
Miscellaneous Nanoparticles
Extensions Of Mie's Theory
Coated Spheres
Supported Nanoparticles
Charged Nanoparticles
Anisotropic Materials
Absorbing Embedding Media
Inhomogeneous Incident Waves
Limitations Of Mie's Theory - Size And Quantum Size Effects In Very Small Nanoparticles
Boundary Conditions -
The Spill-Out Effect
Free Path Effect in Nanoparticles
Chemical Interface Damping - Dynamic Charge Transfer
Beyond Mie's Theory I - Nonspherical Particles
Spheroids and Ellipsoids
Cylinder
Cubic Particle
Discrete Dipole Approximation
T-Matrix Method
Beyond Mie's Theory II - The Generalized Mie Theory
Derivation of the Generalized Mie Theory
Common Results
Extensions of the Generalized Mie Theory
The Generalized Mie Theory Applied To Different Systems
Gold and Silver Nanoparticle Systems
Metal Particles
Oxide Particles
Particles with Phonon Polaritons
Miscellaneous Particles
Nanoparticles With Differing Optical Constants
Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy
Particle Sizing
Statistical Particle Distributions
Densely Packed Systems
Many Flux Theories
The Two-Flux Theory of Kubelka and Munk
Improvements of the Kubelka-Munk Theory
Reflection of Gold Particle Monolayers - An Example for Kubelka-Munk and Generalized Mie Theory
Effective Medium Theories
Introduction
Nanoparticle Systems And Experimental Optical Observables
Classification of Nanoparticle Systems
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図書

図書
Vladimir V. Mitin ... [et al.]
出版情報: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2019  xii, 403 p. ; 26 cm
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図書
edited by V.M. Shalaev, S. Kawata
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : Elsevier, 2007  xiv, 325 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Advances in nano-optics and nano-photonics
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図書
edited by Satoshi Kawata, Vladimir M. Shalaev
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : Elsevier, 2007  xiv, 323 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Advances in nano-optics and nano-photonics
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List of Contributors
Preface
Plasmonic materials for surface-enhanced and tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy / M.A. Young ; J. A. Dieringer ; R.P. Van DuyneChapter 1:
Introduction / [Section] 1:
Nanosphere lithography / [Section] 2:
Size- and shape-tunable localized surface plasmon resonance spectra / [Section] 3:
Fundamentals of localized surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy / [Section] 4:
Electrodynamic calculations / [Section] 5:
The distance dependence of the localized surface plasmon resonance / [Section] 6:
Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy / [Section] 7:
Wavelength-scanned surface-enhanced Raman excitation spectroscopy / [Section] 8:
SERS enhancement factor calculation / [Section] 9:
SERS distance dependence by atomic layer deposition / [Section] 10:
2D correlation analysis of SMSERS and single nanoparticle SERS data / [Section] 11:
Tip-enhanced Raman scattering / [Section] 12:
TERS force dependence using AFM / [Section] 13:
Conclusion and outlook / [Section] 14:
Acknowledgments
References
Towards single molecule sensitivity in surface-enhanced Raman scattering / M. Futamata ; Y. MaruyamaChapter 2:
Experiments and numerical analysis
Experimental set up for SERS measurement / 2.1:
Ag nanoparticles preparation / 2.1.1:
Numerical analysis of the local electric field and elastic scattering spectra for metal nanostructures / 2.2:
Results and discussion
Hot particles in SERS / 3.1:
Local field evaluation on the Ag nanoparticles / 3.2:
Origin of the blinking / 3.3:
Blinking at room temperature / 3.3.1:
Blinking at low temperature / 3.3.2:
Critical importance of the junction for SMS-SERS / 3.4:
Elastic scattering experiments / 3.4.1:
Numerical simulations of elastic scattering spectra / 3.4.2:
Emission spectra / 3.5:
Summary
Acknowledgment
Near-field effects in tip-enhanced Raman scattering / Y. Inouye ; P. Verma ; T. Ichimura ; S. KawataChapter 3:
Tip enhancement of Raman scattering
Metallic probe as a nanolight source
Enhancement mechanism for Rhodamine 6G
RRS and SERRS spectra of R6G
TERS spectra of R6G
Near-field Raman scattering from Carbon-60
The gap-mode enhancement / 4.1:
Tip-force effect on C60 / 4.2:
Tip-enhanced nonlinear optical spectroscopy
Photon confinement due to nonlinear optical effect / 5.1:
Tip-enhanced coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering / 5.2:
Experimental system / 5.3:
Tip-enhanced CARS images of DNA clusters / 5.4:
Conclusion
Use of tip-enhanced vibrational spectroscopy for analytical applications in chemistry, biology, and materials science / T. Schmid ; B.-S. Yeo ; W. Zhang ; R. ZenobiChapter 4:
Setups for tip-enhanced vibrational spectroscopy
Tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS)
Tip-enhanced coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (TE-CARS)
Scattering scanning near-field optical microscopy (s-SNOM) / 2.3:
Tip fabrication / 2.4:
Enhancement factors and lateral resolution
TERS contrasts and enhancement factors
Comparison of TERS contrasts and enhancement factors
Lateral resolution in apertureless near-field microscopy
Chemical applications
Dyes
Catalysis
Microfluidics and chromatography / 4.3:
Biological applications
Biopolymers
Viruses and biological tissues
Applications in materials science
Nanotubes / 6.1:
Material-specific mapping / 6.2:
Semiconductors / 6.3:
SERS substrates / 6.4:
Conclusions and outlook
Tip-enhanced optical spectroscopy of single-walled carbon nanotubes / A. Hartschuh ; H. Qian ; A.J. Meixner ; N. Anderson ; L. NovotnyChapter 5:
Experimental setup
Single-walled carbon nanotubes
Near-field Raman spectroscopy of SWCNTs
Near-field photoluminescence spectroscopy of SWCNTs
Discussion of the signal enhancement and the image contrast
Scanning nano-Raman spectroscopy of silicon and other semiconducting materials / D. Mehtani ; N. Lee ; R.D. Hartschuh ; A. Kisliuk ; M.D. Foster ; A.P. Sokolov ; J.F. MaguireChapter 6:
Side-illumination geometry and preparation of tips
Apparent enhancement and its localization
Tip enhancement and contrast
Improving contrast for silicon
Optical properties of the apertureless tips
Summary and outlook
Near-field optical structuring and manipulation based on local field enhancement in the vicinity of metal nano structures / R. BachelotChapter 7:
Introduction: context and motivation
General consideration on the optics of metal nanostructures
Tip-enhanced optical lithography (TEOL)
TEOL on inorganic material
TEOL on photopolymer
NFOL based on localized 3-D surface plasmons
Mask-based surface plasmon lithography
Apertureless near-field microscopy of second-harmonic generation / A. V. ZayatsChapter 8:
Second-harmonic generation imaging with SNOM
SHG in the presence of a probe tip
SHG from a probe tip: a localized light source
Tip-enhanced surface SHG
Self-consistent model of second-harmonic ASNOM
Second-harmonic ASNOM: experimental realisation
SHG enhancement at conical objects
SHG from a metal tip apex
SHG ASNOM applications for functional materials characterisation
Resonant optical antennas and single emitters / B. Hecht ; P. Muhlschlegel ; J.N. Farahani ; H.-J. Eisler ; D.W. PohlChapter 9:
Antenna basics
Field enhancement in resonant dipole antennas
Emission of radiation from dipole antennas
Antenna equivalent circuit / 2.2.1:
Antenna impedance / 2.2.2:
True current distribution in a thin dipole antenna / 2.2.3:
Antennas for light
Light confinement by resonant dipole antennas
Nonplasmonic optical antenna / 3.2.1:
Plasmonic optical antenna / 3.2.2:
Light confinement by a resonant bowtie antenna
Fabrication and characterization of resonant optical antennas
Single dipole emitters coupled to optical antennas
Properties of single dipole emitters near metal nano structures
Experimental realization: creating an antenna-based super-emitter
Author index
Subject index
List of Contributors
Preface
Plasmonic materials for surface-enhanced and tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy / M.A. Young ; J. A. Dieringer ; R.P. Van DuyneChapter 1:
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