Exciton-plasmon hybrids for surface catalysis detected by SERS.

@article{Cao2018ExcitonplasmonHF,
  title={Exciton-plasmon hybrids for surface catalysis detected by SERS.},
  author={En Guo Cao and Mengtao Sun and Yu-zhi Song and Wenjie Liang},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2018},
  volume={29 37},
  pages={
          372001
        }
}
Surface plasmons (SPs), in which the free electrons are collectively excited on the metal surface, have been successfully used in chemical analysis and signal detection. Generally, SPs possess two types of decay channels. SPs decay either nonradiatively via the generation of hot electrons or radiatively through re-emitted photons, which can trigger surface chemical reactions when the molecules are adsorbed on the surface of metal nanoparticles. An excitation light with a special wavelength is… CONTINUE READING
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