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Title: Ultrasensitive Biosensors Using Enhanced Fano Resonances in Capped Gold Nanoslit Arrays
Authors: Wei PK
Lee KL
Huang JB
Chang JW
Contributors: 國立臺灣海洋大學:光電科學研究所
Date: 2015-02
Issue Date: 2018-07-17T05:50:07Z
Publisher: Scientific Reports
Abstract: Abstract: Nanostructure-based sensors are capable of sensitive and label-free detection for biomedical applications. However, plasmonic sensors capable of highly sensitive detection with high-throughput and low-cost fabrication techniques are desirable. We show that capped gold nanoslit arrays made by thermal-embossing nanoimprint method on a polymer film can produce extremely sharp asymmetric resonances for a transverse magnetic-polarized wave. An ultrasmall linewidth is formed due to the enhanced Fano coupling between the cavity resonance mode in nanoslits and surface plasmon resonance mode on periodic metallic surface. With an optimal slit length and width, the full width at half-maximum bandwidth of the Fano mode is only 3.68 nm. The wavelength sensitivity is 926 nm/RIU for 60-nm-width and 1,000-nm-period nanoslits. The figure of merit is up to 252. The obtained value is higher than the theoretically estimated upper limits of the prism-coupling SPR sensors and the previously reported record high figure-of-merit in array sensors. In addition, the structure has an ultrahigh intensity sensitivity up to 48,117%/RIU.
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw:8080/ir/handle/987654321/47380
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