Abstract

We demonstrate the polarization-dependant, local-plasmon-enhanced transmission characteristics of light incident on a periodic array of customized, nanoscale cruciform patterns. These characteristics are simulated; the patterns are fabricated on Au and Ag films using electron-beam lithography.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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