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题名: Accurate description of the optical response of a spherical nanomatryushka in the long wavelength approximation
作者: H. Y. Chung (鍾弘毅);G. Y. Guo (郭光宇);H.-P. Chiang (江海邦);D. P. Tsai (蔡定平);. T. Leung (梁培德)
贡献者: 國立臺灣海洋大學:光電科學研究所
日期: 2010
上传时间: 2017-02-10T01:23:11Z
出版者: Physical Review
摘要: Abstract: The optical response of a multilayered spherical system of unlimited number of layers (a “matryoshka”) in the long wavelength limit can be accounted for from the knowledge of the static multipole polarizability of the system to first-order accuracy. However, for systems of ultrasmall dimensions or systems with sizes not-too-small compared to the wavelength, this ordinary quasistatic long wavelength approximation (LWA) becomes inaccurate. Here we introduce two significant modifications of the LWA for such a nanomatryoshka in each of the two limits: the nonlocal optical response for ultrasmall systems
(<10 nm), and the “finite-wavelength corrections” for systems ∼100nm. This is accomplished by employing the previous work for a single-layer shell, in combination with a certain effective-medium approach formulated recently in the literature. Numerical calculations for the extinction cross sections for such a system of different dimensions are provided as illustrations for these effects. This formulation thus provides significant improvements on the ordinary LWA, yielding enough accuracy for the description of the optical response of these nanoshell systems over an appreciable range of sizes, without resorting to more involved quantum mechanical or fully electrodynamic calculations.
關聯: 82(16)
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