Optical Resonances In Periodic Surface Arrays Of Metallic Patches
The transmission of light along the surface normal through an air–quartz-glass interface covered with a periodic array of thin, rectangular gold patches has been studied over the visible to infrared range. The various structures that are observed can be qualitatively understood as arising from standing-wave resonances set by the size and surroundings of the metal patches. A method-of-moments calculational scheme provides simulations in good quantitative agreement with the data. It is shown how the standing-wave picture provides a useful conceptual framework to understand and exploit such systems. © 2003 Optical Society of America.
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Schaich, W. L.; Schider, G.; and Krenn, J. R., "Optical Resonances In Periodic Surface Arrays Of Metallic Patches" (2003). Scopus Export 2000s. 1638.