Cloaking by plasmonic resonance among systems of particles: cooperation or combat?

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Comptes Rendus Physique, 2009, 10 (5), pp. 391 - 399
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We study quasistatic cloaking by the mechanism of plasmonic resonance, for systems of coated cylinders. Our focus is on the nature of the resonant cloaking interaction: whether systems of particles can be made to cooperate in cloaking a polarizable particle from an applied uniform field. We show that in fact if the cloaking regions of the systems of particles overlap, then they tend to interact in a fashion detrimental to their cloaking of the polarizable particle. If the cloaking regions touch but do not overlap, then the system of particles can cloak a larger region than each would in isolation. To cite this article: R.C. McPhedran et al., C. R. Physique 10 (2009). © 2009.
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