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This paper connects the study of thermoplasmonic properties in nanoscale particles with areas of biophysics involving a cell membrane with or without conductive pores. Using a quasistatic finite element modeling of the heat transfer equation in three dimensions we simulate the stationary heat generation and temperature field around several types of(More)
Our goal is to estimate the validity of the product rule by computing the effective permittivity and magnetic permeability of magnetoplasmonic core-shell (CS) nanostructures. We discuss the departure of the simulation from the quasistatic mean-field product rule when calculated close from resonance. The corrections to mean-field analysis are shown to be so(More)
We apply first-principles methodology to study the spatial localization of electric field enhancement at plasmonic resonance and magnetic field enhancement at gyroresonance in a self-similar chain of magnetoplasmonic core-shell nanostructures (MCSNs). Localized regions of high electric and magnetic fields in the vicinity of metal nanostructures can be(More)
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