Abstract

This article explores the ultrafast electrodynamics of surface plasmon-polariton fields on nanostructured metal-dielectric boundaries, and describes how to make a sensor to measure chemical reactions at a surface by generating spatially resolved, reaction-dependent, spatial and spectral frequency information.

© 2006 Optical Society of America

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