Abstract

Polymer-coated gold nanoshells are assembled, using capillary forces, into packed clusters with tailored surface plasmon resonances. Separation between nanoshells is engineered to be ~2nm. Strongly coupled resonances in nanoshell dimers and trimers are observed.

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