Jenny Stanford Publishing
498 pages | 15 Color Illus. | 104 B/W Illus.
While several reviews and books on surface nanophotonics and fluorescence spectroscopy are available, an updated focus on molecular plasmonics, including both theoretical methods and experimental aspects, is still lacking. This handbook is a comprehensive overview on the physics of the plasmon–emitter interaction, ranging from electromagnetism to quantum mechanics, from metal-enhanced fluorescence to surface-enhanced Raman scattering, from optical microscopy to synthesis of metal nanoparticles, filling the gap in the literature of this merging field. It allows experimentalists to have a solid theoretical reference at a different level of accuracy, and theoreticians to find new stimuli for novel computational methods and emerging applications.
"… provides a crystal-clear account of the subject area, in particular the growing area of molecular plasmonics … overall the topics are clearly presented. I would recommend this handbook f or a broad audience. It would be a valuable asset to any library."
—Mircea Dragoman, National Research and Development Institute on Microtechnology, Bucharest, Romania.
Foundations of Molecular Plasmonics, F. Della Sala
Computational Approaches for Plasmonics, M. A. Yurkin
Size and Shape Dependence of Localized Surface Plasmon Resonances, S. D’Agostino
Computational Molecular Photophysics, E. Fabiano
Metal-Molecule Electrodynamic Coupling, S. Corni
Near-Fields in Assembled Plasmonic Nanostructures, P. K. Jain and C. Deeb
Noble Metal Nanostructure Enhancement of Fluorescence, R. J. Phaneuf
Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering, M. Sun
Parabolic Mirror-Assisted Gap-Mode Optical Ultramicroscopy, D. Zhang and A. J. Meixner
Synthesis Techniques for Colloidal Plasmonic Nanostructures, L. Carbone