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Thermo-optical properties of embedded silver nanoparticles
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FIG. 1.

Imaginary (a) and real (b) parts of the dielectric function of silver. Eib denotes the interband transition threshold energy. 23

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FIG. 2.

Thermal dependence of the dielectric function of silver: imaginary part, , as extracted from the experimental results of Winsemius et al. (black dots); 24 imaginary part, (solid curve), and real part, (dashed curve), of the interband contribution.

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FIG. 3.

Silver interband thermo-optical contribution to the effective TOP of a nanocomposite material consisting of silver nanoparticles in silica with 1% metal volume fraction: imaginary (a) and real (b) parts. The grey zones correspond to the spectral domains of both the SPR and the interband transition threshold.

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FIG. 4.

Inverse absorption width and maximum absorption coefficient of a nanocomposite material consisting of silver nanoparticles dispersed in a glass host medium. Open circles: experimental results reported by Doremus; 30 cross signs: results of the calculation (see text). The straight lines represent a linear fit to the experimental results.

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FIG. 5.

Thermal variations (black thick curve) of the effective dielectric function of a Ag:SiO2 nanocomposite material with 1% silver volume fraction. (a) Imaginary part; (b) real part. Interband (dashed blue curve) and intraband (solid red curve) contributions are also displayed.


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Scitation: Thermo-optical properties of embedded silver nanoparticles