Abstract

This paper discusses the possibility of using the concepts of intermolecular-interaction theory and the effective-field-dispersion method to model how resonance and inductive-resonance dipole–dipole interactions affect the frequencies of the plasmon-absorption bands of granular films and colloidal suspensions of gold and silver nanoparticles. It is shown that the results of theoretical calculations carried out in terms of the quasi-static approximation agree well with the available experimental data.

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