Abstract

Experimental evidence supporting the use of a surface-plasmon interferometer as a biosensor is presented. The device is shown to be capable of bulk refractive index sensing (bulk refractometry) and has a spectral interrogation sensitivity of 315.145nm/refractive index unit.

© 2009 Optical Society of America

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