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Surface plasmon resonance (SPR) plays a dominant role in real-time interaction sensing It is the first of its kind and fills a gap in the technical literature as no other handbook on SPR is currently available. Download PDF. Surface plasmon resonance. P. Anton van der Merwe. 1. INTRODUCTION. 3. 2. PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF SURFACE PLASMON RESONANCE. 4. Handbook of Surface Plasmon Resonance: Richard B M Schasfoort, Anna J Tudos, Rob P H Kooyman, Robert M Corn, Alastair Wark, Hye Jin Lee, Erk Gedig, .

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Food Microbiol. Johnsson, S. Lofas and G. Lindquist, Anal. Rich and D. Myszka, J. G Myszka, Anal. This chapter will be mainly concerned with the more conventional, well-understood SPR theory used in sensor applications and it will touch upon some of the newer developments relevant for this area. Essential for the generation of surface plasmons SPs is the presence of free electrons at the interface of two materials — in practice this almost always implies that one of these materials is a metal where free conduction electrons are abundant.

Handbook of Surface Plasmon Resonance

From this analysis, the picture emerges that surface plasmons can be considered as propagating electron density waves occurring at the interface between metal and dielectric. Experimental research on SPs started with electron beam excitation; in , optical excitation was demonstrated by Otto [1] and Kretschmann and Raether [2]. This last approach turned out to be much more versatile, so in this chapter the focus will be on the optics of SPR. Note that eq. Next we consider the refraction of such a wave at an interface between two media 1 and 2 with refractive indices n1 and n2, respectively see Figure 2.

From eq. Returning to 1 Note that the direction y is in this chapter always perpendicular to the surface. Physics of Surface Plasmon Resonance Figure 2. Definition of axis system and quantities. A particularly elegant approach was suggested by Cardona [4] and we will adopt it here. For reasons that will become clear in the course of Section 2.

This circumstance corresponds to resonance. London, Ser. A, , 79, Fano, J. Otto, Z. Kretschmann and H. Reather, Z.

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This medium then contains a large number of free electrons and the consequence is that at an angular frequency ooop its dielectric constant e2 will be negative see, e. Relevant application areas include disease monitoring, biomarkers and food safety.

For a series of wavelengths the angle of incidence was chosen such that SPs were excited in the area Physics of Surface Plasmon Resonance 25 outside the strip and for each wavelength the whole area was illuminated with a collimated light beam under a constant angle of incidence.

Dielectric data for the metal layer obtained from refs. In Chapter 3, other Biacore instruments T and X are described. This circumstance accounts for much of the 6 The dispersion equation eq.

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