Тип публикации: статья из журнала
Год издания: 2005
Идентификатор DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.72.205425
Аннотация: We have shown within quasistatic approximation that the giant fluctuations of a local electromagnetic field in random fractal aggregates of silver nanospheres are strongly correlated with a local anisotropy factor S which is defined in this paper. The latter is a purely geometrical parameter which characterizes the deviation of local environment of a given nanosphere in an aggregate from spherical symmetry. Therefore, it is possible to predict the sites with anomalously large local fields in an aggregate without explicitly solving the electromagnetic problem. We have also demonstrated that the average (over nanospheres) value of S does not depend noticeably on the fractal dimension D, except when D approaches the trivial limit D=3. In this case, as one can expect, the average local environment becomes spherically symmetrical and S approaches zero. This corresponds to the well-known fact that in trivial aggregates, fluctuations of local electromagnetic fields are much weaker than in fractal aggregates. Thus, we find that, within the quasistatics, the large-scale geometry does not have a significant impact on local electromagnetic responses in nanoaggregates in a wide range of fractal dimensions. However, this prediction is expected not to be correct in aggregates which are sufficiently large for the intermediate- and radiation-zone interaction of individual nanospheres to become important.
Журнал: PHYSICAL REVIEW B
Выпуск журнала: Vol. 72, Is. 20
ISSN журнала: 10980121
Место издания: COLLEGE PK
Издатель: AMER PHYSICAL SOC
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