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Surface Plasmon Layout Benefits Realistic dynamic near field display.
Provides an in-depth understanding of the light wave interaction inside the device Built-in noble metal materials library and other dispersive models Ability to analyze field enhancement and surface plasmon resonance Advanced modeling allows design goals to be achieved quickly and efficiently.
This significantly reduces development costs Increased speed with non-uniform mesh and bit multi-core processing Simulation Description A common concern for surface plasmon modeling is the material properties. OptiFDTD provides a built-in noble metal library along with other dispersive material models for the user to select.
For general devices such as nano-particles, nano-wires, nano-holes and nano-lens, OptiFDTD provides a shape library to define complex geometry and periodic layouts. The built-in mode solver can solve the surface plasma waveguide.
The following two diagrams are from a silver plate simulation: Both dynamic and steady state electromagnetic properties inside the material can be studied.
Transmission spectrum, reflection spectrum, and far-field analysis allow us to identify the overall performance of the designed devices.
The following sample shows the sub wavelength apertures in gold film. Since the layout is symmetric and our initial wave is normal to the surface, we are able to reduce the design to a single unit cell using periodic boundary conditions. After scanning the aperture size, we obtain the following transmission curves.Surface Plasmon Resonance is a phenomenon that occurs when polarized light hits a metal film at the interface of media with different refractive indices.
SURFACE PLASMON RESONANCE: MOLECULAR INTERACTIONS AND LIGAND BINDING ANALYSIS FEBRUARY Characterisation of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies, drugs and other biological products is a necessary step.
In Surface Plasmon Resonance: Methods and Protocols, experts in the field present a wide variety of applications involving commercially available SPR instruments.
The heart of the SPR technique is to construct a dedicated surface for an assay. Protocols describe such surfaces for many needs, including the study of membrane bound proteins.
Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) has become an important optical biosensing technology in the areas of biochemistry, biology, and medical sciences because of .
Surface Plasmon Resonance is a phenomenon that occurs when polarized light hits a metal film at the interface of media with different refractive indices.
SPR techniques excite and detect collective oscillations of free electrons (known as surface plasmons) via the Kretschmann configuration, in which light is focused onto a metal film through a glass .
McGill SPR Facility. For applications including proteomics, drug discovery, immunogenicity, and food analysis, state-of-the-art Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) technology allows for label-free, real-time biomolecular interaction analysis.