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Experimental Physics V

Nano-Optics and Biophotonics

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Our mission is to obtain fundamental control over light-matter interaction by controlling the flow of photons at the nanometer scale down to the size of single atoms, molecules, and quantum dots. We use optical nanoantennas and related plasmonic nanostructures as enabling devices.
                                                                                                                                  

We rely on our ability to fabricate high-end single-crystalline gold nanostructures based on large, but very thin chemically grown single-crystal gold flakes. Using top-down nanostructuring methods, such as focused ion-beam milling, we strive to obtain highest quality gold nanostructures with close to atomic precision.


Further reading:
X. Wu et al., Single-crystalline gold microplates grown on substrates by solution-phase synthesis,Cryst. Res. Technol. 50, 595 (2015)

X. Wu et al., Silica-gold bilayer-based transfer of focused ion beam-fabricated nanostructures,Nanoscale 7, 16427 (2015)

E. Krauss et al., Controlled Growth of High-Aspect-Ratio Single-Crystalline Gold Platelets, Cryst. Growth Des., 18 (3), 1297-1302 (2018)

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Lehrstuhl für Experimentelle Physik (Biophysik)
Am Hubland
97074 Würzburg

Phone: +49 931 31-85867
Fax: +49 931 31-85851
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