Introducing graduate students in physics, optics, materials science and electrical engineering to surface plasmons, this book also covers guided modes at planar interfaces of metamaterials with negative refractive index. The physics of localized and propagating surface plasmons, on planar films, gratings, nanowires and nanoparticles, is developed using both analytical and numerical techniques. Guided modes at the interfaces between materials with any combination of positive or negative permittivity and permeability are analyzed in a systematic manner. Applications of surface plasmon physics are described, including near-field transducers in heat-assisted magnetic recording and biosensors. Resources at www.cambridge.org/9780521767170 include Mathematica code to generate figures from the book, color versions of many figures, and extended discussion of topics such as vector diffraction theory.Read more
- Covers guided modes at planar interfaces of metamaterials with negative refractive index
- Develops the fundamental equations underlying surface plasmon physics in its various manifestations
- The physics of localized and propagating surface plasmons, on planar films, gratings, nanowires and nanoparticles is developed using both analytical and numerical techniques
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- Date Published: May 2010
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9780521767170
- length: 386 pages
- dimensions: 249 x 175 x 23 mm
- weight: 0.92kg
- contains: 360 b/w illus. 31 exercises
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
2. Electromagnetics of planar surface waves
3. Single-interface modes in the microwave regime
4. Single-interface lossless modes in εr'-μr' parameter space
5. Double-interface lossless modes in εr'-μr' parameter space
6. Single-interface surface plasmons
7. Double-interface surface plasmons in symmetric guides
8. Quasi one-dimensional surface plasmons
9. Localized surface plasmons
10. Techniques for exciting surface plasmons
11. Plasmonic materials
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