Flexible Tuning Surface Plasmon Resonance of Metallic Nanostructures Fabricated by Colloidal Lithography
- Conference date: 27–30 October 2010
- Location: Damai Laut, (Malaysia)
Colloidal lithography is applied to fabricate both large‐area single metallic and bi‐metallic layer nanostructures on quartz substrates for flexible tuning of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) effect. Au and Ag/Au metallic thin films are deposited over the self‐assembled monolayer sphere masks, followed by the sphere mask removal to create periodic metallic nanostructures. The fabricated nanostructures are then characterized by UV‐Vis spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy to study their plasmonic effects. The influence of sphere size, metallic film thickness and composition of bi‐metallic layers on plasmonic effects of these fabricated nanostructures was investigated. Tuning of the Au plasmon resonance peak by ∼50 nm was recorded.
- Colloidal systems
- Metallic thin films
- Surface plasmons
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