Two-dimensional plasmons in the random impedance network model of disordered thin-film nanocomposites


Random impedance networks are widely used as a model to describe plasmon resonances in disordered metal-dielectric nanocomposites. Two-dimensional networks are applied when considering thin films despite the fact that such networks correspond to the two-dimensional electrodynamics (J.P. Clerc et al, J. Phys. A 29, 4781 (1996)). In the present work, we… (More)


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