Abstract

The surface-polariton states localized at ZnO nanowires grown at a fiber tip are manifested as a distinct departure from Fabry-Perot type of effects in the reflection spectrum. The resonance shift experienced in different liquids offers deeper insight into multi-rod nanophotonic devices.

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