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We compute the Casimir interaction between a plane and a sphere, the configuration employed in the most precise experiments. The scattering formula is developed by taking a suitably chosen plane-wave… (More)

Optical forces take on a specific form when involving chiral light fields interacting with chiral objects. We show that optical chirality density and flow can have mechanical effects through reactive… (More)

- Jino George, Shaojun Wang, +6 authors Thomas W Ebbesen
- Faraday discussions
- 2015

We report here a study of light-matter strong coupling involving three molecules with very different photo-physical properties. In particular we analyze their emission properties and show that the… (More)

We show that the optical force exerted on a finite size chiral sphere by a surface plasmon mode has a component along a direction perpendicular to the plasmon linear momentum. We reveal how this… (More)

- Antoine Canaguier-Durand, Antoine G'erardin, +5 authors Serge Reynaud
- 2011

Antoine Canaguier-Durand, Antoine Gérardin, Romain Guérout, Paulo A. Maia Neto, Valery V. Nesvizhevsky, Alexei Yu. Voronin, Astrid Lambrecht, and Serge Reynaud Laboratoire Kastler Brossel, CNRS, ENS,… (More)

- Antoine Canaguier-Durand, Éloïse Devaux, +7 authors Thomas W Ebbesen
- Angewandte Chemie
- 2013

The thermodynamics of strong coupling between molecules and the vacuum field is analyzed and the Gibbs free energy, the enthalpy, and entropy of the coupling process are determined for the first… (More)

We calculate the optical force and torque applied to an electric dipole by a spinning light field. We prove that the dissipative part of the force depends on the orbital energy flow of the field… (More)

We evaluate optical forces and torques induced by a surface plasmon to a sphere of arbitrary size, i.e. beyond the point-like dipolar limit. Through a multipolar decomposition of the plasmonic field,… (More)

We analyze how chirality can generate pulling optical forces and left-handed torques by crosscoupling linear-to-angular momenta between the light field and the chiral object. In the dipolar regime,… (More)

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Strongly coupled organic systems are characterized by unusually large Rabi splitting, even in the vacuum state. They show the counter-intuitive feature of a lifetime of the lower polariton… (More)