• Corpus ID: 195767318

Fano-like spectral features in nanodiamond solutions for biometric applications.

  title={Fano-like spectral features in nanodiamond solutions for biometric applications.},
  author={Graciana Puentes},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  • G. Puentes
  • Published 28 June 2019
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Applied Physics
Fano resonance is a unique feature of interacting quantum systems, exhibiting resonance shapes distinctively different from conventional symmetric resonance curves. Recently, Fano resonances have been found in plasmonic nanoparticles, photonic crystals, and electromagnetic metamaterials. Here we report Fano-like photoluminiscence curves in nanodiamond solutions as a result of incoherent combination of two or more scattering and fluorescence processes. We argue that, analogously to Fano… 

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