Effects of exciton-plasmon strong coupling on third harmonic generation of WS2 monolayer at periodic plasmonic interfaces

@article{Sukharev2017EffectsOE,
  title={Effects of exciton-plasmon strong coupling on third harmonic generation of WS2 monolayer at periodic plasmonic interfaces},
  author={Maxim Sukharev and Ruth Pachter},
  journal={arXiv: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics},
  year={2017}
}
We study theoretically optical response of WS2 monolayer located near periodic metal nanostructured arrays in two and three dimensions. The emphasis of simulations is on the strong coupling regime of excitons supported by WS2 and surface plasmon-polaritons supported by various periodic plasmonic interfaces. It is demonstrated that a monolayer of WS2 placed in a close proximity of periodic arrays of either slits or holes results in a Rabi splitting of the corresponding surface plasmon-polariton… 
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