Abstract

By applying voltages of about 1V to usual metal nanostructures via an aqueous electrolyte, we demonstrate reversible modulation of plasmonic resonances by as much as 14 THz. Gold split-ring resonators serve as an example.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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