Optical properties of gold nanocluster composites formed by deep ion implantation in silica

Magruder III, R.H.; Li Yang; Haglund Jr., R.F.; White, C.W.; Lina Yang; Dorsinville, R.; Alfano, R.R.
April 1993
Applied Physics Letters;4/12/1993, Vol. 62 Issue 15, p1730
Academic Journal
Synthesizes the planar layers of gold (Au) clusters by implanting Au ions in fused silica. Measurements of optical absorption on each sample; Arrangement of forward-going pump beams to intersect the composite layer with the metal cluster; Details of the effective medium theory.


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