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Title: Phase Interrogated Plasmonic Optical Fiber Optrode with Bimetallic Layers
Authors: Hamed Moayyed
Luís Carlos Coelho
José Luís Santos
Diana Viegas
Issue Date: 2015
Abstract: Optical fiber optrodes are attractive sensing devices due to their ability to perform point measurement in remote locations. Mostly, they are oriented to biochemical sensing, quite often relying on fluorescent and spectroscopic techniques, but with the refractometric approach being also considered when the objective is high measurement performance, particularly when focusing on measurand resolution. In this work, we address this subject proposing and theoretically analyzing the characteristics of a fiber optic optrode relying on plasmonic interaction. The optrode structure is a fiber optic tapered tip layout incorporating a lateral bimetallic layer (silver + gold) and operating in reflection.
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