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  1. Refractive index information and new materials

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    Which refractive index data sets are you using for your materials and why? Because I read some articles that mention that the refractive index data for silver from Palik's...

  2. Validation

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    While running a silver nanosphere with 40 nm Diameter (20 nm radius) I noticed that the scattering efficiency is much larger than the absorption efficiency. Which in contradiction...

  3. Resolution limit?

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    I was wondering if there was an effective limit on the resolution we could use for the tool? I ran a simulation for a Gold particle in both 0.9 nm and 20 nm radii (single layer) with...

  4. Want to add metals in the simulation

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    Hi Lasse, I am PhD student at university of Surrey. I am currently using your simulation package and Its been...

  5. Can I simulate Absorption characteristics for metals other than gold/silver

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  6. What does bk, pr, alb, g stand for???

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    In the output parameter set one finds the extinction, scattering and absorption cross sections. These values are followed by additional parameters- what are their physical meanings? The used...

  7. problem launching job

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    I was trying to simulate the spectra of silver(gold) core/dielectric shell nanoparticles. Unfortunately, the system gave an error message which reads as following. File..., a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.