Simple analytic tool for spectral control of dipole plasmon resonance frequency for gold and silver nanoparticles


  • Anastasiya Derkachova Instytut Fizyki PAN
  • Krystyna Kolwas Instytut Fizyki PAN



We give mathematically simple tool allowing predicting the dipole localized surface plasmon resonance frequency as a function of size for gold and silver nanoparticles in water. We compare the results with our previous general study resulting from strict solutions of the eigenvalue problem of metal nanospheres embedded in various dielectrics.

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How to Cite

A. Derkachova and K. Kolwas, “Simple analytic tool for spectral control of dipole plasmon resonance frequency for gold and silver nanoparticles”, Photonics Lett. Pol., vol. 5, no. 2, pp. pp. 69–71, Jun. 2013.