(Invited) Visible to Near-IR Nanoplasmonics in Inorganic Nanoparticles

Wednesday, 27 May 2015: 08:40
Lake Erie (Hilton Chicago)
T. Teranishi (Kyoto University)
A very important aspect of localized surface plasmons is the localization of an enhanced electromagnetic field around the NPs with very high spatial resolution (subwavelength) as well as the generation of hot electrons [1-6]. Here I present the unique plasmonic properties of non-stoichiometric copper sulfide (Cu7S4) nanodisks in the near IR (NIR) region by changing the hole density, structural anisotropy, and assembled structure [5-8]. As an example of plasmon-induced hot electron application, the visible to near-IR plasmon-enhanced catalytic activity of Pd hexagonal nanoplates for the Suzuki coupling reactions is also presented [9].

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[8] Chen, L.; Teranishi, T. et al., submitted.

[9] Trinh, T. T.; Teranishi, T. et al., submitted.