|Title:||Biosensing on a Plasmonic Dual-Band Perfect Absorber Using Intersection Nanostructure||Authors:||Chao, Chung-Ting Chou
Chau, Yuan-Fong Chou
|Keywords:||INDEX SENSING CAPABILITY;3-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS;RESONANCE;FABRICATION;SILVER;POLARIZATION;DESIGN;HOLLOW;ARRAYS;BOWTIE||Issue Date:||12-Jan-2022||Publisher:||AMER CHEMICAL SOC||Source:||ACS OMEGA||Abstract:||
Optical absorbers with multiple absorption channels are required in integrated optical circuits and have always been a challenge in visible and near-infrared (NIR) region. This paper proposes a perfect plasmonic absorber (PPA) that consists of a closed loop and a linked intersection in a unit cell for sensitive biosensing applications. We elucidate the physical nature of finite element method simulations through the absorptance spectrum, electric field intensity, magnetic flux density, and surface charge distribution. The designed PPA achieves triple channels, and the recorded dual-band absorptance reaches 99.64 and 99.00% nm, respectively. Besides, the sensitivity can get 1000.00 and 650 nm/RIU for mode 1 and mode 2, respectively. Our design has a strong electric and magnetic field coupling arising from the mutual inductance and the capacitive coupling in the proposed plasmonic system. Therefore, the designed structure can serve as a promising option for biosensors and other optical devices. Here, we illustrated two examples, i.e., detecting cancerous cells and diabetes cells.
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