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Use of Flame Spray Pyrolysis for the Design of a 3D Plasmonic Resonant Metamaterial for the Optical Sensing of Volatile Compunds

@inproceedings{Ricci2018UseOF,
  title={Use of Flame Spray Pyrolysis for the Design of a 3D Plasmonic Resonant Metamaterial for the Optical Sensing of Volatile Compunds},
  author={Chiara Ricci},
  year={2018}
}
  • Chiara Ricci
  • Published 2018
  • Materials Science
  • Localized Surface Plasmonic Resonance (LSPR) consists of collective oscillations of free electrons in noble material nanoparticles. This interesting phenomenon can be used in gas sensing applications due to variations of the refractive index of the surrounding environment and a strong local electric field. As a result, LSPR-based devices can be potentially suitable in the detection of small concentrations of different analytes. So far, several plasmonic structures have been implemented to… CONTINUE READING

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