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Gold Nanowire Scattering and Absorption Measurements

  • Andrew J. Green (a1), Michael T. Carlson (a1), Aurangzeb Khan (a1) and Hugh H. Richardson (a1)

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Lithographically prepared gold nanodots and nanowires were placed onto a thermal sensor film to measure heat absorption. These identical wires are also subjected to dark field scattering measurements allowing for a comparison between absorption and scattering at the excitation wavelength. An increasing liner trend is found to exist between nanowires of increasing aspect ratio. The nanostructures also exhibit a decreasing temperature change with increasing wire length with a constant laser flux of 1.3 x 1010 W/m2.

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1. Carlson, M. T., Khan, A., and Richardson, H. H., Nano Letters 11, 10611069 (2011).
2. Richardson, H. H. and Wang, D., Journal of Molecular Structure 974, 5255 (2010).

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Gold Nanowire Scattering and Absorption Measurements

  • Andrew J. Green (a1), Michael T. Carlson (a1), Aurangzeb Khan (a1) and Hugh H. Richardson (a1)

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