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What kind of dielectric function for silver and gold do you use in this method? I mean, it is drude model or experimental data or something else.
Thank’s a lot for your reply!
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Hi, what units are used to express E-field values on color map. Also, is there any possibility to switch from color map to black-n-white or contour one? Regards,
hi, my simulation only gave extinction (absorption, scattering) spectrum but electric field did not come out, would anyone tell me why? thanks
Is there a mistake in the software?
From the basics and references I made sure Extinction is fading of energy and is caused due to absorption and scattering. and their coefficients and also cross sections are related as...
Nanosphere optics field lab/change surrounding media
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In the tool “Nanosphere optics lab field simulator” I would like to change the value of surrounding media dielectric constant.
It offers 3 choices by default- air, water and...
question about starting and initial wavelength
Hi, I was wondering what is the difference between initial wavelength in the simulation parameters and starting wave length in electric field. Is initial value represents the wavelength of...
Square of electric field and process used
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Can anyone explain how can we calculate the magnitude of electric field at a point on the surface of a gold/silver particle? We can simulate the square of electric field and we get a color...
Thank you for your interesting tools. I want to know which method you use to simulate, Mie theory? or FDTD?
wich is the dielectric functtion used in the calculation?
Is simply the bulk dielectric constant or is the corrected one by the Drude model?
will this help me to get light-nanoparticle interaction analysis of patterned tri-layers of gold-alumina-gold? (metamaterials))
i want to guess the range in which i will observe negative refractive index, if i draw some arbitrary pattern. for which knowing the eletric field interaction of light with nano particles will...