Heat Generation by Irradiated Complex Composite Nanostructures
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Heating of irradiated metallic e-beam generated nanostructures was quantified through direct measurements paralleled by novel model-based numerical calculations. By comparing discs, triangles, and stars we showed how particle shape and composition determines the heating. Importantly, our results revealed that substantial heat is generated in the titanium adhesive layer between gold and glass. Even when the Ti layer is as thin as 2 nm it absorbs as much as a 30 nm Au layer and hence should not be ignored.
|Publication status||Published - 6 Jan 2014|
- Faculty of Science - Plasmonics; nanoparticles; finite element method; e-beam lithography; heating; irradiation