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Anisotropic surroundings effects on photo absorption of partially embedded Au nanospheroids in silica glass substrate
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The influence of a directly adjacent or an anisotropic surrounding medium alters the plasmonic
properties of a nanoparticle because it provides a mechanism for symmetry breaking of the scattering. Given the success of ion irradiation induced embedment of rigid metallic nanospheroids into amorphous substrate, it is possible to examine the effect of the silica
glass substrate on the plasmonic
properties of these embedded nanospheroids. In this work presented here, discrete dipole approximation (DDA) calculations for the Au nanospheroids’ optical properties were performed based on 3–dimensional (3D) configuration extracted from planar SEM micrographs and cross–sectional TEM micrographs of the Au nanospheroids partially embedded in the silica
glass, and the well–matched simulations with respect to the experimental measurements could demonstrate the dielectric constant at the near surface of silica
glass decreased after Ar–ion irradiation.
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