Optical forces in nanoplasmonic systems: how do they work, what can they be useful for?

@article{Raziman2015OpticalFI,
  title={Optical forces in nanoplasmonic systems: how do they work, what can they be useful for?},
  author={T V Raziman and Ralf Wolke and Olivier J. F. Martin},
  journal={Faraday discussions},
  year={2015},
  volume={178},
  pages={421-34}
}
In this article, we share our vision for a future nanofactory, where plasmonic trapping is used to control the different manufacturing steps associated with the transformation of initial nanostructures to produce complex compounds. All the different functions existing in a traditional factory can be translated at the nanoscale using the optical forces produced by plasmonic nanostructures. A detailed knowledge of optical forces in plasmonic nanostructures is however essential to design such a… CONTINUE READING

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