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Femtosecond and Picosecond Near Field Ablation of Gold Nanotriangles : Nanostructuring and Nanomelting

Femtosecond and Picosecond Near Field Ablation of Gold Nanotriangles : Nanostructuring and Nanomelting

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KOLLOCH, Andreas, Tobias GELDHAUSER, Kosei UENO, Hiroaki MISAWA, Johannes BONEBERG, Anton PLECH, Paul LEIDERER, 2011. Femtosecond and Picosecond Near Field Ablation of Gold Nanotriangles : Nanostructuring and Nanomelting. In: Applied Physics A. 104(3), pp. 793-799. ISSN 0947-8396. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00339-011-6443-8

@article{Kolloch2011Femto-17851, title={Femtosecond and Picosecond Near Field Ablation of Gold Nanotriangles : Nanostructuring and Nanomelting}, year={2011}, doi={10.1007/s00339-011-6443-8}, number={3}, volume={104}, issn={0947-8396}, journal={Applied Physics A}, pages={793--799}, author={Kolloch, Andreas and Geldhauser, Tobias and Ueno, Kosei and Misawa, Hiroaki and Boneberg, Johannes and Plech, Anton and Leiderer, Paul} }

2011 Boneberg, Johannes Plech, Anton First publ. in: Applied Physics A : Materials science & processing ; 104 (2011), 3. - S. 793-799 2012-04-02T13:10:20Z Leiderer, Paul Femtosecond and Picosecond Near Field Ablation of Gold Nanotriangles : Nanostructuring and Nanomelting eng 2012-04-02T13:10:20Z Boneberg, Johannes Misawa, Hiroaki Ueno, Kosei terms-of-use Ueno, Kosei We report on recent insights into the interaction between ultra-fast laser pulses and plasmonic nanoparticles. We discuss femtosecond near-field ablation as a simple but versatile tool for the nanoscale modification of surfaces and the high-resolution measurement of a nanostructure’s near field. Twomodel systems are presented, illustrating the complexity of near-field distributions. Furthermore, finite difference time domain calculations in combination with absorption spectra provide a deeper insight into the factors influencing the near-field distribution. For the first time, an almost perfect agreement between the measured ablation pattern and experiment has been reached for gold triangles with a side length around 500 nm. Additionally, the results from picosecond laser irradiated plasmonic structures display a new regime of nanoscale laser material processing. We present first results showing nanometre confined melting induced by laser pulses. Geldhauser, Tobias Kolloch, Andreas Kolloch, Andreas Plech, Anton Leiderer, Paul Geldhauser, Tobias Misawa, Hiroaki

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