The beginnings of plasmomechanics: towards plasmonic strain sensors. Maurer, T.; Marae-Djouda, J.; Cataldi, U.; Gontier, A.; Montay, G.; Madi, Y.; Panicaud, B.; Macias, D.; Adam, P.; Lévêque, G.; Bürgi, T.; and Caputo, R. Frontiers of Materials Science, 9(2):170-177, Higher Education Press, 2015. cited By 31
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This article exposes the beginnings of a new field which could be named as “plasmomechanics”. Plasmomechanics comes from the convergence between mechanics and plasmonics. Here we discuss a relatively recent topic whose technological aim is the development of plasmonic strain sensors. The idea is based on the ability to deduce Au nanoparticles (NPs) distance distributions from polarized optical extinction spectroscopy which could thus give access to material strains. Variations of interparticle distances distributions can indeed lead to variations of plasmonic coupling and thus to material color change as shown here experimentally and numerically for random Au NP assemblies deposited onto elastomer films. © 2015, Higher Education Press and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
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author={Maurer, T. and Marae-Djouda, J. and Cataldi, U. and Gontier, A. and Montay, G. and Madi, Y. and Panicaud, B. and Macias, D. and Adam, P.-M. and Lévêque, G. and Bürgi, T. and Caputo, R.},
title={The beginnings of plasmomechanics: towards plasmonic strain sensors},
journal={Frontiers of Materials Science},
year={2015},
volume={9},
number={2},
pages={170-177},
doi={10.1007/s11706-015-0290-z},
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abstract={This article exposes the beginnings of a new field which could be named as “plasmomechanics”. Plasmomechanics comes from the convergence between mechanics and plasmonics. Here we discuss a relatively recent topic whose technological aim is the development of plasmonic strain sensors. The idea is based on the ability to deduce Au nanoparticles (NPs) distance distributions from polarized optical extinction spectroscopy which could thus give access to material strains. Variations of interparticle distances distributions can indeed lead to variations of plasmonic coupling and thus to material color change as shown here experimentally and numerically for random Au NP assemblies deposited onto elastomer films. © 2015, Higher Education Press and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.},
publisher={Higher Education Press},
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}
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