volume 89, issue 2, P299-303 2007
DOI: 10.1007/s00339-007-4138-y
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Abstract: ABSTRACT We compare simulations of optical near-fields of single triangular nanostructures with experimental results from a near-field ablation technique on a periodic arrangement of triangles. We find good agreement of the lateral near-field distributions; nevertheless their dependency on the polarization of the incident light differs by 90 • . Upon increasing the lateral distances of the nanotriangle arrangement in the experiment, the polarization dependence agrees with the simulation. We conclude that this…

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