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Surface plasmon “hot spots” detected by near-field polarization spectroscopy

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Abstract

Interplay of optical effects with the surface morphology at the nanometer scale in samples of Au nanowires is exploited in optical near-field microscopy with polarization control in the mode collection.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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