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- Golmar, F., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Journal of physical chemistry 2019 v.123 no.6 pp. 3579-3587
- atomic force microscopy; electric field; electrochemistry; nanosilver; physical chemistry; porous media; silicon; silver; titanium dioxide
- ... Conductive-tip atomic force microscopy (CAFM) was used to explore the effects of high electric fields on silver nanoparticle (NP) arrays embedded inside the pores of mesoporous TiO₂ thin films (MTF). A controlled local modification of the distribution of Ag nanoparticles inside the MTF and their electronic transport properties was carried out. The process is driven by strong electrochemically indu ...
- Golmar, F., et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Science 2014 v.344 no.6190 pp. 1369-1373
- electrons; engineers; gold; graphene; optics; researchers
- ... A controlled launch for plasmons To create nanophotonic devices, engineers must combine large-scale optics with tiny nanoelectronics. Plasmons, the collective light-induced excitations of electrons at a metal's surface, can bridge that difference in size scales. Alonso-Gonzalez et al. placed structured gold “antennas” on top of a graphene layer to launch and propagate plasmonic excitations into th ...