**Gehan Chaturanga De Silva**
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how to do calculation of electric field of plasminic nanoparticles with different frequencies

Using nanoDDSCAT+ we can see the electric field enhancement of plasmonic nanoparticles at their extinction maxima, can we see the electric field of the same nanoparticle under the irradiation of a different frequency using nanoDDSCAT+, if yes how can we do it ?

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Anonymous@ onA surface plasmon that exists on a shut surface, for example, a sphere or other molecule, does not have a consistent scattering as does the surface plasmon on a vast planar interface. Rather, the plasmon mode structure changes into a discrete arrangement of resonances terms surface plasmon resonances (SPRs). For a sphere, these modes have field designs that relate to the circular music, as would be normal from symmetry. Truth be told, the plasmonic nanosphere is a standout amongst the most contemplated plasmonic structures, and one of the simplest to imagine.While the charge dissemination and fields related with a plasmon thunderous sphere energized by a plane wave can be discovered precisely utilizing either Mie hypothesis or direct numerical recreations, the easier arrangement of a dielectric sphere energized by a consistent electrostatic field gives an exceptionally sensible estimation to the correct answer for spheres with span substantially littler than the wavelength of the occurrence light. In this estimate, the viable instigated dipole moment of the sphere can be found as p=4πε0(εm−ε0/εm+2ε0)a3E0p=4πε0(εm−ε0εm+2ε0)a3E0

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