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Enhancement of Raman scattering of a gaseous medium near the surface of a silver holographic grating

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The Letter demonstrates a possibility to enhance the Raman scattering of a gaseous medium due to an enhanced electromagnetic field caused by the excitation of propagating surface plasmon polaritons (PSPPs) on a silver holographic grating. Efficiency of collinear and noncollinear schemes of PSPP excitation on a metal–gaseous medium interface was studied. When using a collinear scheme, we registered an eightfold enhancement of the Raman scattering of atmospheric nitrogen and oxygen, where the average gain near the PSPP-active surface was 4×103.

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