Abstract

We present magnetic metamaterials composed of 35nm minimum feature-size gold split-ring resonators with a fundamental magnetic resonance at a wavelength of 900nm. Corresponding calculations reveal excellent agreement with the experiments and show that the limits of size scaling have been reached.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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