Control of plasmon resonance in coatings of gold nanorods

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ICONN2006, 2006, pp. 470 - 473
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Gold nanorods manifest a tunable plasmon resonance with light in the visible to near-infrared regions of the spectrum, and have been proposed for use in spectrally selective coatings on glass. however, details of shape and packing density have a significant effect onthe optical properties of these nanoparticle coatings. Here we show how these effects can be controlled and exploited to produce a flexible spectral response.
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