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Gold-particle-mediated detection of ferroelectric domains on the nanometer scale
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10.1063/1.2048825
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(a) and (b): White-light polarization microscopy images of a TGS surface covered with LC molecules. White arrows in the upper left corner indicate the analyzer orientation. (c) Close-up PFM image showing the 180° ferroelectric domain wall in TGS. (d) Atomic force microscopy sample topography of the same area as in (c) revealing isolated sized Au particles situated on up/down oriented TGS domains.

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Light polarization vs plasmon polariton resonance wavelength recorded for the two Au nanoparticles in Fig. 1(d) situated on antiparallel oriented TGS domains.

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Inverted confocal microscope setup for polarization microscopy and spectroscopy. Addressing single Au nanoparticles as well as identifying FE domains is possible by scanning the sample.

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Scitation: Gold-particle-mediated detection of ferroelectric domains on the nanometer scale
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/87/14/10.1063/1.2048825
10.1063/1.2048825
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