Architectures plasmoniques enterrées : élaboration, propriétés optiques et applications

Abstract : In our work, we present the study of plasmonic architectures made of a plane of nanoparticules (NPs) embedded at the vicinity of a dielectric matrix free surface, by low energy ion beam synthesis. Materials structural analysis, especially by transmission electron microscopy, have been carried out to determine the impact of the elaboration process parameters on the three dimensional organization of the NPs, in silicon dioxide or nitride layers grown on silicon substrates. To systematically check these parameters, we studied the elastic and inelastic optical responses of the heterostructures. The elastic response has been obtained by measuring the reflectance of the samples, and confronted to numerical modelling we developed, to determine the mean size of the NPs and the implanted silver amount. The study of the electric field topography allowed us to take benefit from both plasmonic resonance and optical amplification in antireflective layers. The inelastic response has been studied using Raman spectroscopy over a wide frequency range: vibrational collective modes (Lamb modes) of the NPs have been studied at low frequency, while at higher frequency, we have extracted the vibrational density of states (VDOS). Combined with atomistic simulations, the VDOS gave us original information on the vibrational dynamics and the thermodynamic properties of buried silver NPs (and deposited gold NPs). Finally, we present some applications of the assemblies of NPs in hybrid devices, such as the use of coupling between these NPs and deposited substances (e.g. graphene) on our substrates. In particular, it can be used for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). Then using techniques from microelectronics, we designed plasmo-electronic devices exploiting photoconductance properties of these buried or deposited NPs assemblies.
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Maxime Bayle. Architectures plasmoniques enterrées : élaboration, propriétés optiques et applications. Optique [physics.optics]. Université de Toulouse 3 Paul Sabatier, 2014. Français. ⟨tel-01395948⟩



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