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Hybrid theoretical models for molecular nanoplasmonics


The multidisciplinary nature of the research in molecular nanoplasmonics, i.e., the use of plasmonic nanostructures to enhance, control, or suppress properties of molecules interacting with light, led to contributions from different theory communities over the years, with the aim of understanding, interpreting, and predicting the physical and chemical phenomena occurring at molecular- and nano-scale in the presence of light. Multiscale hybrid techniques, using a different level of description for the molecule and the plasmonic nanosystems, permit a reliable representation of the atomistic details and of collective features, such as plasmons, in such complex systems. Here, we focus on a selected set of topics of current interest in molecular plasmonics (control of electronic excitations in light-harvesting systems, polaritonic chemistry, hot-carrier generation, and plasmon-enhanced catalysis). We discuss how their description may benefit from a hybrid modeling approach and what are the main challenges for the application of such models. In doing so, we also provide an introduction to such models and to the selected topics, as well as general discussions on their theoretical descriptions.

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hal-04442601 , version 1 (06-02-2024)



E. Coccia, J. Fregoni, C. A. Guido, M. Marsili, Silvio Pipolo, et al.. Hybrid theoretical models for molecular nanoplasmonics. Journal of Chemical Physics, 2020, Journal of Chemical Physics, 153, pp.200901. ⟨10.1063/5.0027935⟩. ⟨hal-04442601⟩
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