• Surface plasmon effect in nanocrystalline copper/DLC composite films by electrodeposition technique

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      Nanocomposites; surface plasmon; scattering; Mie theory; M–G theory.

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      Composite films of nanocrystalline copper embedded in DLC matrix prepared by electrodeposition technique were studied for their optical properties. Particle size and metal volume fractions were tailored by varying the amount of copper containing salt in the electrolyte. Blue-shift of the surface plasmon resonance peak in the absorbance spectra of the films was observed with the reduction in size and volume fraction of metal particles. Mie theory was found to describe the experimental spectra quite well.

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      S Hussain1 A K Pal1

      1. Department of Instrumentation Science, Jadavpur University, Kolkata 700 032, India
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