This work was supported by Beijing Talent Fund (Grant No. 2014000020124G061), as well as by the National Science Council of Taiwan through grant MOST 103-2112-M- 019 -003 -MY3.
Surface plasmon resonance, Graphene, Plasmons (Physics)
The recent demonstration of the plasmonic enhanced Förster resonance energy transfer (FRET) between two molecules in the vicinity of planar graphene monolayers is further investigated using graphene-coated nanoparticles (GNP). Due to the flexibility of these nanostructures in terms of their geometric (size) and dielectric (e.g. core material) properties, greater tunability of the FRET enhancement can be achieved employing the localized surface plasmons. It is found that while the typical characteristic graphene plasmonic enhancements are manifested from using these GNP’s, even higher enhancements can be possible via doping and manipulating the core materials. In addition, the broadband characteristics is further expanded by the closely-spaced multipolar plasmon resonances of the GNP’s. Key
Bian, Tingting; Chang, Railing; and Leung, P.T., "Förster Resonance Energy Transfer Between Molecules in the Vicinity of Graphene- Coated Nanoparticles" (2016). Physics Faculty Publications and Presentations. 247.