Abstract

We introduce the mesoscopic electromagnetic boundary conditions and establish an experimental procedure to measure the dispersive surface response functions, enabled by observations of pronounced nonclassical effects—spectral shifts >30% and the breakdown of Kreibig-like broadening.

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