Plasmon-enhanced light-matter interactions and applications
Yu, Huakang; Peng, Yusi; Yang, Yong; Li, Zhi-Yuan
AbstractSurface plasmons are coherent and collective electron oscillations confined at the dielectric-metal interface. Benefitting from the inherent subwavelength nature of spatial profile, surface plasmons can greatly accumulate the optical field and energy on the nanoscale and dramatically enhance various light-matter interactions. The properties of surface plasmons are strongly related to materials and structures, so that metals, semiconductors and two-dimensional materials with various morphologies and structures can have alternating plasmonic wavelengths ranging from ultraviolet, visible, near infrared to far infrared. Because the electric field can be enhanced by orders of magnitude within plasmonic structures, various light-matter interaction processes including fluorescence, Raman scattering, heat generation, photoacoustic effects, photocatalysis, nonlinear optical conversion, and solar energy conversion, can be significantly enhanced and these have been confirmed by both theoretical, computational and experimental studies. In this review, we present a concise introduction and discussion of various plasmon-enhanced light-matter interaction processes. We discuss the physical and chemical principles, influencing factors, computational and theoretical methods, and practical applications of these plasmon-enhanced processes and phenomena, with a hope to deliver guidelines for constructing future high-performance plasmonic devices and technologies.
WOS Research AreaChemistry ; Materials Science
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Yu, Huakang,Peng, Yusi,Yang, Yong,et al. Plasmon-enhanced light-matter interactions and applications[J]. NPJ COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS,2019,5.
APA Yu, Huakang,Peng, Yusi,Yang, Yong,&Li, Zhi-Yuan.(2019).Plasmon-enhanced light-matter interactions and applications.NPJ COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS,5.
MLA Yu, Huakang,et al."Plasmon-enhanced light-matter interactions and applications".NPJ COMPUTATIONAL MATERIALS 5(2019).
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