Rayleigh-Wood anomaly approximation with FDTD simulation of plasmonic gold nanohole array for determination of optimum extraordinary optical transmission characteristics

  title={Rayleigh-Wood anomaly approximation with FDTD simulation of plasmonic gold nanohole array for determination of optimum extraordinary optical transmission characteristics},
  author={Mehdi Tavakoli and Yousef Seyed Jalili and Seyed Mohammad Elahi},
  journal={Superlattices and Microstructures},
Self-Organized Nanostructures Generated on Metal Surfaces under Electron Irradiation
  • K. Niwase
  • Materials Science, Physics
    Quantum Beam Science
  • 2021
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