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Large scale fabrication of silicon Mie nanoresonators: an alternative to gold?

Julien Proust
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Redha Abdeddaim
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Thomas Begou
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Johann Berthelot
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Anne-Laure Fehrembach
Julien Lumeau
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Raju Regmi
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Herve Rigneault
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Abstract

High index dielectric nanoparticles have been proposed for many different applications. The multiples optical properties of such called Mie resonators allowed us to question there use as an alternative to gold. Actually, the optical resonnances, coupled with a strong nearfield can open perspective in plasmonic uses. Widespread utilization in practice also requires largescale production methods for crystalline silicon nanoparticles. We demonstrate a lowcost, and largescale fabrication method of crystalline spherical silicon colloidal Mie resonators in water, using a blender.
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hal-04229334 , version 1 (05-10-2023)

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Julien Proust, Pierre-Michel Adam, Redha Abdeddaim, Anne-Laure Baudrion, Jérémie Béal, et al.. Large scale fabrication of silicon Mie nanoresonators: an alternative to gold?. International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics META 2021, Jul 2021, Warsaw, Poland. pp.116-117. ⟨hal-04229334⟩
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