Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Photoelectron emission control with polarized light in plasmonic metal random structures

Photoelectron emission control with polarized light in plasmonic metal random structures: "R. C. Word, J. Fitzgerald, and R. Konenkamp
We report on the possibility of switching the emission rate of photoelectrons by polarization changes in the plasmon excitation light. Photoelectron emission is strongly enhanced in the near-field of localized surface plasmons and occurs from areas with typical diameters of 20-70 nm. The underlying ... [Appl. Phys. Lett. 99, 041106 (2011)] published Tue Jul 26, 2011."

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