Date of Graduation
Master of Science in Physics (MS)
Joseph B. Herzog
Second Committee Member
Pure sciences, Applied sciences, Nanotechnology, Optics, Plasmonics
Nanostructures of noble metals show unique plasmonic behavior in the visible to near-infrared light range. Gold nanostructures exhibit a particularly strong plasmonic response for these wavelengths of light. In this study we have investigated optical enhancement and absorption of gold nanorods with different thickness using finite element method simulations. This study reports on the resonance wavelength of the sharp-corner and round-corner rectangles of constant length 100 nm and width 60 nm. The result shows that resonance wavelength depends on the polarization of the incident light; there also exists a strong dependence of the optical enhancement and absorption on the thickness of gold nanorods.
Ghosh, P. K. (2016). Study of Plasmonic Properties of the Gold Nanorods in the Visible to Near Infrared Light Regime. Graduate Theses and Dissertations Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/etd/1685