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Magnetoplasmonic crystals based on anisotropic nanoantennas

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Abstract

By synergically combining experiments and simulations, we show how the excitation of lattice surface modes in ordered arrays of magnetic and optically-anisotropic nanoantennas leads to a highly enhanced and tunable Fano-like modulation of the magneto-plasmonic response.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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