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Temperature induced deviations to the optical responses of plasmonic materials

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Abstract

Temperature induced deviations to the optical responses of noble metals and refractory plasmonic metals were investigated to temperatures up to 900 °C. The manifestation of these deviations in different plasmonic applications will be presented.

© 2017 Optical Society of America

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