Computational of optical micro-/nanoprism
Many nanoscale materials have found wide applications in various scientific and engineering fields. Optical devices have also benefited from this trend. During the last decade, extensive research has been devoted to various metal nanoparticles. These structures manifest very interesting optical properties, which are strongly dependent on their shape and size. By artificially controlling their shapes and sizes, one can effectively tune the overall optical properties, a much desirable feature when building optical devices.
Musa, S., & Ciftja, O. (2013). Computational of optical micro-/nanoprism. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/chemistry-physics-facpubs/209