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Metal-Dielectric Nanodimers with Hybridized Resonances Probed by Second-Harmonic Polarization

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Abstract

We fabricate hybrid nanodimers made of gold and barium titanate nanoparticles by a pick-and-place technique. By overlapping their resonances, we achieve 100-times enhancement of the second-harmonic signal at the hybridized mode while reshaping its polarization.

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