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Design of multilayer resonator using GZO/ZnO for tuning plasmonic properties in the Infrared specttrum
Zahra Saeidinia Mrs * 1, Saeed Golmohammadi Dr
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In this paper, plasmonic multilayer resonators using zinc oxide (ZnO) and Gallium doped ZnO are investigated and the effect of geometrical parameters on plasmonic properties of the structure has been studied. It has been shown that the intensity peak and number of resonances can be controlled by optimized number of layers and shape of nanoparticles. Our simulation results show that, we can increase the number of fano resonance with adding a thin Au layer on the substrate. This structure permits design of IR plasmonic devices such as multi-wavelength optical sensors, precise bio-chemical sensor and plasmonic waveguides.

Keywords: Surface Plasmon Resonance, Fano resonance, Multilayer nanostructure, transparency conducting oxide
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Saeidinia Z, Golmohammadi S. Design of multilayer resonator using GZO/ZnO for tuning plasmonic properties in the Infrared specttrum. ICOP & ICPET. 2017; 23 :289-292
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