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Excitation of plasmons and interband transitions by electrons..

by Heinz Raether

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plasmons (Physics),
  • Electronic exitation.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination196p. :
    Number of Pages196
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15274603M
    ISBN 103540096779

    1 Plasmons dispersion and nonvertical interband transitions in single-crystal Bi2Se3 investigated by electron energy loss spectroscopy S. C. Liou,1 M. -W. Chu,1 R. Sankar,1 F. -T. Huang,1 G. -J. Shu,1 F. C. Chou,1 and C. H. Chen1,2* 1Center for Condensed Matter Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei , Taiwan 2Department of Physics, National Taiwan University, Taipei , Taiwan.   The dielectric constant is a convenient construct that ties together many different aspects of the electronic many-body problem, like the response to external fields, the scattering of fast electrons, and collective excitations in the absence of a field, i.e. plasmons. The book further extends the definition of the dielectric constant to the Reviews: 3.

    feature local or broad interband transitions, it is crucial to gain deeper fundamental understanding of their interaction with the plasmonic excitations. As Ni features a spectrally localized interband transition at eV is a very good “model system” to scrutinize the LSPR-interband transition interaction. The latter is crucial in view of an. Read "Excication of plasmons and interband transitions by electrons: H. Raether: (springer tracts in modern physics, vol. 88) Springer‐Verlag, Berlin‐Heidelberg‐New York, pages, figures, 17 tables, dm 59,00 (US $) ISBN 3‐‐‐9, Scanning" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at.

    interband transition P lasmons are the collective oscillations of free electrons in metals.1,2 In gold, electrons in the 6s band near the Fermi level mainly contribute to the plasmon oscillation.3−5 Surface plasmons in metals correspond to excitations resulting from .   1. Appl Opt. Oct 15;20(20) BOOKS: Pattern Recognition in Practice: Proceedings, International Workshop, Amsterdam, May ; Optical Fiber Systems and Their Components: An Introduction; Excitation of Plasmons and Interband Transitions by Electrons.


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Excitation of Plasmons and Interband Transitions by Electrons. Authors; Heinz Raether; Search within book. Front Matter. PDF. Introduction. Heinz Raether. Pages The dielectric function and the loss function of bound electrons. Heinz Raether. Pages Excitation of volume plasmons. Heinz Raether. Pages The energy loss.

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Authors: Raether, Heinz Free Preview. Buy this book eBook 85 Book Title Excitation of Plasmons and Interband Transitions by Electrons Authors. "This book treats the physics of Electron Loss Spectroscopy (ELS) with electrons of different energies.

Its emphasis is on the collective excitations or plasmons in the bulk as well as on the surface, including interaction with the interband transitions. Excitation of Volume Plasmons 23 Excitation by Electrons 23 Excitation with X-Rays 30 Excitation by Light 33 4.

The Energy Loss Spectrum of Electrons and the Loss Function 35 Evaluation of the Loss Spectrum 35 Mean Free Path Length 40 Multiple Losses 42 5. Experimental Results 45 6. The Loss Width Interband transitions are an effect of the lattice. They shift the plasmon energy and can be included via the Drude–Lorentz theory.

[3 - 5] The energy region of the EEL spectrum (EELS) up to the energy loss of ∼50 eV is dominated by the collective excitations of valence electrons (plasmon) and by interband transitions. In order to include. Erbudak, D.D. Vvedensky, in Encyclopedia of Condensed Matter Physics, Excitation of Core Electrons.

A special case of interband transitions is the excitation of core electrons with a binding energy, E primary electron can transfer any amount of energy E L ≤ E i to the core electron.

By measuring the energy loss of the primary electron, one knows the kinetic energy of the core. Raether H. () Excitation of volume plasmons. In: Excitation of Plasmons and Interband Transitions by Electrons.

Springer Tracts in Modern Phys vol All the optoelectronic and photonic properties of graphene and CNTs discussed above, such as universal absorption at terahertz/infrared frequencies and tunable interband transitions in optical response, can be well described by the model of single-particle excitation of electrons [,].Plasmons in these nanomaterials are associated with the collective excitations of 2D massless electrons.

Get this from a library. Excitation of plasmons and interband transitions by electrons. [H Raether]. Direct energy conversion from light into electricity via the decay of surface plasmons causing the excitation of hot electron–hole pairs is also a feasible channel.

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88) Springer‐Verlag, Berlin‐Heidelberg‐New York, pages, figures, 17 tables, dm 59,00 (US $) ISBN 3‐‐‐9. Interband transitions in semi-metals, semiconductors, and topological insulators: have been achieved mostly through the excitation of surface plasmons, i.e.

collective oscillations of free charge carriers [1,2]. photon energies, but the excitation of strong interband transitions, possibly together with. The peak next to the zero loss peak is caused by excitation of surface and/or bulk plasmons.

The energy region of the EEL spectrum (EELS) up to the energy loss of ~50 eV is dominated by the collective excitations of valence electrons (plasmon) and by interband transitions.

The plasmon peak is the second most dominate feature after the zero-loss peak. Excitation of Plasmons and Interband Transitions by Electrons (Springer Tracts in Modern Physics) (Volume 88) (Reprint Edition) by Heinz Raether Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / Need it Fast.

2 day shipping options Excitation of Plasmons and Interband Transitions by Electrons Springer Tracts in Modern. The electrons in the d-band may move to the sp-band with a d-sp transition absorbing light at a wavelength of ~ nm ( eV) since, the d-sp transition.

Plasmons dispersion and nonvertical interband transitions in single-crystal Bi2Se3 investigated by electron energy loss spectroscopy Article (PDF Available) in Physical review.

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Raether Published by Springer. The decay of a plasmon leads to a hot electron distribution in metallic nanoparticles. Depending on the processes involved in the excitation, different distributions are obtained, which thermalize differently.

We experimentally investigate excitation-wavelength and size-dependences on the generation and thermalization of the hot-electrons. We can confirm the absence of size.

The blue arrows indicate the transfer of hot electrons generated from a random surface plasmon polariton (SPP) in the Au film and partially from the interband or intraband transitions .