Plasmonic response of a nanorod in the vicinity of a metallic surface: local approach with analytical solution

@article{Vasilevskiy2021PlasmonicRO,
  title={Plasmonic response of a nanorod in the vicinity of a metallic surface: local approach with analytical solution},
  author={I. M. Vasilevskiy and Nuno M. R. Peres},
  journal={Journal of Optics},
  year={2021},
  volume={23}
}
In this paper we present an analytical solution for the eigenmodes and corresponding electric fields of a composite system made of a nanorod in the vicinity of a plasmonic semi-infinite metallic system. To be specific, we choose Silver as the material for both the nanorod and the semi-infinite metal. The system is composed of two sub-systems with different symmetries: the rod has polar symmetry, while the interface has a rectangular one. Using a boundary integral method, proposed by Eyges, we… Expand

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