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Line-source excited impulsive EM field response of thin plasmonic metal films

ŠTUMPF, M. VANDENBOSCH, G.

Originální název

Line-source excited impulsive EM field response of thin plasmonic metal films

Anglický název

Line-source excited impulsive EM field response of thin plasmonic metal films

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en

Originální abstrakt

In this paper, reflection against and transmission through thin plasmonic metal films, basic building blocks of many plasmonic devices, are analytically investigated directly in the time domain for an impulsive electric and magnetic line-source excitation. The electromagnetic properties of thin metallic films are modeled via the Drude model. The problem is formulated with the help of approximate thin-sheet boundary conditions and the analysis is carried out using the Cagniard–DeHoop technique. Closed-form space-time expressions are found and discussed. The obtained time-domain analytical expressions reveal the existence of the phenomenon of transient oscillatory surface effects along a plasmonic metal thin sheet. Illustrative numerical examples of transmitted/reflected pulsed fields are provided.

Anglický abstrakt

In this paper, reflection against and transmission through thin plasmonic metal films, basic building blocks of many plasmonic devices, are analytically investigated directly in the time domain for an impulsive electric and magnetic line-source excitation. The electromagnetic properties of thin metallic films are modeled via the Drude model. The problem is formulated with the help of approximate thin-sheet boundary conditions and the analysis is carried out using the Cagniard–DeHoop technique. Closed-form space-time expressions are found and discussed. The obtained time-domain analytical expressions reveal the existence of the phenomenon of transient oscillatory surface effects along a plasmonic metal thin sheet. Illustrative numerical examples of transmitted/reflected pulsed fields are provided.

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@article{BUT100853,
  author="Martin {Štumpf} and Guy A. E. {Vandenbosch}",
  title="Line-source excited impulsive EM field response of thin plasmonic metal films",
  annote="In this paper, reflection against and transmission through thin plasmonic metal films, basic building blocks of many plasmonic devices, are analytically investigated directly in the time domain for an impulsive electric and magnetic line-source excitation. 
The electromagnetic properties of thin metallic films are modeled via the Drude model. The problem is formulated with the help of approximate thin-sheet boundary conditions and the analysis is carried out using the Cagniard–DeHoop technique. Closed-form 
space-time expressions are found and discussed. The obtained time-domain analytical expressions reveal the existence of the phenomenon of transient oscillatory surface effects along a plasmonic metal thin sheet. Illustrative numerical examples of 
transmitted/reflected pulsed fields are provided.",
  address="Elsevier B. V.",
  chapter="100853",
  doi="10.1016/j.photonics.2013.05.001",
  institution="Elsevier B. V.",
  number="3",
  volume="11",
  year="2013",
  month="august",
  pages="253--260",
  publisher="Elsevier B. V.",
  type="journal article - other"
}