An error was made in Fig. 2 in the article [X. Sheng, et. al. Opt. Express 20, A496, 2012]. We have corrected this error and modified the figure.

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(a) Schematic device geometry illustrating the SPP mode at the Si/metal interface; (b) Absorption enhancement F SPP as a function of wavelength in the thin Si region (d ≈0); (c) Peak value of F SPP as a function of the layer thickness d. The traditional 4n 2 limit is also indicated.