Abstract

We developed a nanoplasmonic sensor employing extraordinary optical properties of 30nm-thick ultrathin Ag nanogratings. An order-of-magnitude improvement in the temporal and spatial resolutions was achieved relative to state-of-the-art nanoplasmonic sensors, for comparable detection resolutions.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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