Calculating Resonance Angle for Surface Plasmon Resonance Activation on Different Metals
Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) is the technique that has been used in many fields including biomedical science, optic, biosensing, photothermal plasmon and medicine. With the help of Kretschmann configuration, the setup allows to excite the electrons located around the metal which results in electron oscillation, also known as the plasmonic effect. However, SPR requires many factors in order to be activated. This paper approaches and analyzes two crucial features, the incident angle of incoming light and the effect of permittivity that different metals have in order to determine the sufficient value for the plasmon to exist. Different metals including gold, silver and iron are used with the dielectric air and water in order to figure out the most applicable metal with its resonance angle.
"Calculating Resonance Angle for Surface Plasmon Resonance Activation on Different Metals,"
Undergraduate Journal of Mathematical Modeling: One + Two:
1, Article 8.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5038/2326-36184.108.40.20627 Available at: https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/ujmm/vol11/iss1/8
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Fernando Burgos, Mathematics and Statistics
Dmitri Voronine, Mathematics and Statistics
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Dmitri Voronine, Physics