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Subwavelength Hot Spot Generation for Sensor Applications

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We present various methods for the generation of subwavelength plasmonic hot spots for sensor applications. It is shown that the structured nano-apertures on the metal film exhibit extremely small hot spots with enhanced field intensity.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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