effective refractive indices of the gold, silver and copper
nanoparticles dispersed in polymer matrix were studied by four
different effective theories.
Investigation of the effective refractive indices of the gold, silver and copper nanoparticles dispersed in polymer matrix studied by four different effective theories shows …...
Calculated absorption spectra of gold and copper based on nanocomposites were compared with experimental data from references.
Calculation of the absorption spectra of gold and copper based on nanocomposites and comparison with experimental data from references indicates ….
It is shown that the same nanocomposite material, but with other parameters (size and concentration of nuclides) can be described by different theories What? Indicate please
Semiconductor Physics, Quantum Electronics & Optoelectronics, 21 (2), P. 195-199 (2018).
Optical properties of nanocomposite materials based on plasmon nanoparticles
1Department of Photonics, Lviv Polytechnic National University,
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Abstract. In this work, optical properties of nanocomposite materials based on plasmon metallic spherical nanoparticles have been studied. The authors have compared four different effective theories that take into account the size dispersion, interaction between nanoparticles and extrinsic size effect for calculation of the effective refractive index of Au, Ag and Cu nanoparticles in polymer. It has been demonstrated that size distribution induces an inhomogeneous broadening and change in the amplitude of plasmon band. The lowest shift of resonance characteristics has been observed for copper based nanocomposite for all the effective theories. It has been shown that the same nanocomposite material but with other parameters (size and concentration of inclusions) can be described by the different effective theories.
Keywords: nanocomposite, effective refractive index, plasmon nanoparticles.
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