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Improving sensitivity by multi-coherence of magnetic surface plasmons

YANG Zongmeng XING Qian CHEN Yian HOU Yumin

杨宗蒙, 邢前, 陈怡安, 侯玉敏. 通过磁表面等离激元的多重相干提高灵敏度[J]. 中国光学(中英文). doi: 10.37188/CO.EN.2022-0009
引用本文: 杨宗蒙, 邢前, 陈怡安, 侯玉敏. 通过磁表面等离激元的多重相干提高灵敏度[J]. 中国光学(中英文). doi: 10.37188/CO.EN.2022-0009
YANG Zongmeng, XING Qian, CHEN Yian, HOU Yumin. Improving sensitivity by multi-coherence of magnetic surface plasmons[J]. Chinese Optics. doi: 10.37188/CO.EN.2022-0009
Citation: YANG Zongmeng, XING Qian, CHEN Yian, HOU Yumin. Improving sensitivity by multi-coherence of magnetic surface plasmons[J]. Chinese Optics. doi: 10.37188/CO.EN.2022-0009

通过磁表面等离激元的多重相干提高灵敏度

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  • 中图分类号: O482.31

Improving sensitivity by multi-coherence of magnetic surface plasmons

doi: 10.37188/CO.EN.2022-0009
Funds: Supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 61575006)
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    Author Bio:

    Zongmeng Yang (1996—), male, born in Daqing, Heilongjiang, is now a master candidate in the School of physics, Beijing University, maily engaged in the research of coherence of surface plasmons. E-mail: zemelyang@pku.edu.cn

    Yumin Hou, female, born in Shandong Province, Ph.D, now is a asocciate professor in the School of physics, Beijing University, mainly engaged in the research of surface plasmons recently. E-mail: ymhou@pku.edu.cn

    Corresponding author: ymhou@pku.edu.cn
  • 摘要:

    本文研究了一维金属纳米狭缝阵列中磁表面等离激元的相干现象并提出了一种使用双谷标定提高灵敏度的方法。与通常所采用的固定入射角度扫描波长的方式不同,这篇工作采用的是固定波长改变入射角度的方式研究了表面等离激元的相干现象。由于有延迟效应的存在,随着周围介质折射率的变化,两个谷会向相反的方向移动。相比于使用单一谷进行标定的方式,两个相反方向移动的谷可以有效地提高灵敏度。用于标定的两个谷的灵敏度最大分别为39.2°/RIU和102.4°/RIU,而两个谷的灵敏度可达141.6°/RIU。此外,狭缝介质与上层介质的折射率不一致对传感性能的影响很小,可有广泛的应用。

     

  • Figure 1.  (a) 2D schematic diagram of one-dimensional metallic nano-slit arrays structure on sapphire substrate. The period is P and the slit width is d. The width and thickness of Au slabs are a and b, respectively. The whole structure is immersed in water; (b) The reflection spectrum at normal incidence; (c)(d) The normalized magnetic field intensity distributions corresponding to the dip 1 and dip 2, respectively.

    Figure 2.  Analysis of the phase difference in water (a) and substrate (b) between neighboring magnetic surface plasmon resonances in one-dimensional metallic nano-slit arrays. The red arrows represent the incident light.

    Figure 3.  2D Reflection spectra of the structure in the range of $\theta = 0 \sim 60^\circ $ and $\lambda = 1000 \sim 1700\;{\rm{nm}}$; (a) Three dashed lines $C_{m = - 1}^{{\rm{water}}}$,$C_{m = 1}^{{\rm{water}}}$, and $C_{m = - 2}^{{\rm{water}}}$ represent different orders of magnetic surface plasmon coherence corresponding to the interface between metal and water, respectively. Two solid lines $C_{l = - 2}^{{\rm{sub}}}$ and $C_{l = 1}^{{\rm{sub}}}$ represent different orders of coherence corresponding to the interface between metal and substrate; (b) Positions of fixed wavelength $\lambda = 1150\;{\rm{nm}}$ and fixed incident angle $\theta = 5^\circ $ are marked by vertical and horizontal dashed lines in 2D spectrum, respectively.

    Figure 4.  (a) Angle-resolved reflection spectrum at a fixed incident wavelength of 1150 nm; (b) The four graphs show the normalized magnetic field intensity distributions corresponding to the four dips A, B, C and D appearing in (a), respectively. Black arrows represent the Poynting vectors.

    Figure 5.  (a) The angle-resolved reflectance spectrum obtained by changing the refractive index of the upper medium (nw=1.33 ~ 1.53) with an interval of 0.05 at the wavelength of 1150 nm; (b) The variation of each dip position with the change of refractive index; (c) Reflection spectrum is obtained by changing the wavelength when $\theta $ is fixed at 5°. As the refractive index increases, both coherence dips are red-shifted; (d) Variation of the angle difference between dip A and dip B with the change of upper medium.

    Figure 6.  Comparison of the sensing performance between the refractive index of the medium in the slit is the same as that of the upper medium and the refractive index of the medium in the slit is fixed at 1.33.

    Table  1.   Sensitivities and FOMs with different refractive index

    n1.331.381.431.481.53
    SA/°RIU−139.237.434.833.232.4
    SB/°RIU−1102.495.483.474.270
    S/°RIU−1141.6132.8118.2107.4102.4
    FOMA/RIU−1115.2104.091.885.682.9
    FOMB/RIU−1214.1213.7185.9172.3167.3
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    Table  2.   Comparison with some previous work

    StructureSensitivity
    °/RIU
    Reference
    Metallic nano-slit arrays141.6This work
    Graphene-MoS2-TiO2-SiO285.375[39]
    DBL-XMene-FG64[40]
    ZnO and bi-metallic (Ag-Au) layers116.67[41]
    Gate-controlled graphene sensor108[42]
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