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Active molecular plasmonics : tuning surface plasmon resonances by exploiting molecular dimensions

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Title: Active molecular plasmonics : tuning surface plasmon resonances by exploiting molecular dimensions
Authors: Chen, Kai Browse this author
Leong, Eunice Sok Ping Browse this author
Rukavina, Michael Browse this author
Nagao, Tadaaki Browse this author →KAKEN DB
Liu, Yan Jun Browse this author
Zheng, Yuebing Browse this author
Keywords: active molecular plasmonics
molecular switches
organic materials
plasmon–molecule interactions
surface plasmons
Issue Date: Jun-2015
Journal Title: Nanophotonics
Volume: 4
Issue: 1
Start Page: 186
End Page: 197
Publisher DOI: 10.1515/nanoph-2015-0007
Abstract: Molecular plasmonics explores and exploits the molecule–plasmon interactions on metal nanostructures to harness light at the nanoscale for nanophotonic spectroscopy and devices. With the functional molecules and polymers that change their structural, electrical, and/or optical properties in response to external stimuli such as electric fields and light, one can dynamically tune the plasmonic properties for enhanced or new applications, leading to a new research area known as active molecular plasmonics (AMP). Recent progress in molecular design, tailored synthesis, and self-assembly has enabled a variety of scenarios of plasmonic tuning for a broad range of AMP applications. Dimension (i.e., zero-, two-, and threedimensional) of the molecules on metal nanostructures has proved to be an effective indicator for defining the specific scenarios. In this review article, we focus on structuring the field of AMP based on the dimension of molecules and discussing the state of the art of AMP. Our perspective on the upcoming challenges and opportunities in the emerging field of AMP is also included.
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