Review of Extraordinary Optical Transmission: Theory and Application in Biochemical Analysis.

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Extraordinary optical transmission (EOT) has attracted increasing attention from researchers around the world since its discovery in 1998. In attempt to interpret this abnormal phenomenon caused by nano-hole array structures, the majority of academia take the theory of surface plasmon resonance as the main reason, though minors resort to other theories… (More)

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