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Extinction, Scattering and Absorption efficiencies of single and multilayer nanoparticles

By Bala Krishna Juluri1, Jun Huang, Lasse Jensen2

1. Pennsylvania State University 2. The pennsylvania state university

Calculates the extinction, scattering, and absorption efficiencies of single nanoparticle (1 layer), core-shell Nanoparticle (2 layer) and nanomatryushka nanoparticle (3 layer)

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Version 1.02 - published on 19 Oct 2012

doi:10.4231/D3DB7VP65 cite this

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Abstract

This tool calculates the extinction, scattering, and absorption efficiencies of single nanoparticle (1 layer),core-shell nanoparticle (2 layer) and nanomatryushka nanoparticle (3 layer) using MIE formulation.

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The engine is based on nmie code distributed by Dr. Nikolai Voshchinnikov http://www.astro.spbu.ru/staff/ilin2/SOFTWARE/nmie0.html. The recursive algorithm of Wu & Wang are used.

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Penn State Center for Nanoscale Science (MRSEC)

References

1) Wu Z.P., Wang Y.P., Electromagnetic scattering for multilaered spheres using recursive algorithms, Radio Science 1991. V. 26. P. 1393-1401. 2) Voshchinnikov N.V., Mathis J.S., Calculating Cross Sections of Composite Interstellar Grains, Astrophys. J. 1999. V. 526. 3) Johnson PB, Christy RW (1972) Phys Rev B 6,4370

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  • Bala Krishna Juluri; Jun Huang; Lasse Jensen (2012), "Extinction, Scattering and Absorption efficiencies of single and multilayer nanoparticles," http://nanohub.org/resources/nmie. (DOI: 10.4231/D3DB7VP65).

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