|Title:||Breaking the Symmetry of a Metal-Insulator-Metal-Based Resonator for Sensing Applications||Authors:||Chao, Chung-Ting Chou
Chau, Yuan-Fong Chou
|Keywords:||SURFACE-PLASMON RESONANCE;REFRACTIVE-INDEX SENSOR;WAVE-GUIDE;FANO RESONANCE;HIGH FIGURE;ENHANCEMENT;TEMPERATURE;DISPERSION;FILTERS;CAVITY||Issue Date:||19-Apr-2022||Publisher:||SPRINGER||Journal Volume:||17||Journal Issue:||1||Source:||NANOSCALE RES LETT||Abstract:||
This article designed a novel multi-mode plasmonic sensor based on a metal-insulator-metal waveguide side-coupled to a circular-shaped resonator containing an air path in the resonator. The electromagnet field distributions and transmittance spectra are investigated using finite element method-based simulations. Simulation results show that an air path in the resonator's core would impact the transmittance spectrum of SPPs. Besides, the air path is crucial in offering efficient coupling and generating multiple plasmon modes in the sensor system. The proposed structure has the advantage of multi-channel, and its sensitivity, figure of merit, and dipping strength can reach 2800 nm/RIU, 333.3 1/RIU, and 86.97%, respectively. The achieved plasmonic sensor can also apply for lab-on-chip in biochemical analysis for detecting the existence or nonappearance of diabetes through the human glucose concentration in urine.
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