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Structural Colors: From Plasmonic to Carbon Nanostructures
Ting Xu; HaofEi Shi; Yi-KuEi Wu; Alex F. Kaplan; Jong G. Ok; L. Jay Guo
Source PublicationSmall
Volume7Pages:3128-3136
2011
Language英语
Subtype期刊论文
AbstractIn addition to colorant-based pigmentation, structure is a major contributor to a material’s color. In nature, structural color is often caused by the interaction of light with dielectric structures whose dimensions are on the order of visible-light wavelengths. Different optical interactions including multilayer interference, light scattering, the photonic crystal effect, and combinations thereof give rise to selective transmission or refl ection of particular light wavelengths, which leads to the generation of structural color. Recent developments in nanofabrication of plasmonic and carbon nanostructures have opened another effi cient way to control light properties at the subwavelength scale, including visible-light wavelength selection, which can produce structural color. In this Concept, the most relevant and representative achievements demonstrated over the last several years are presented and analyzed. These plasmonic and carbon nanostructures are believed to offer great potential for high-resolution color displays and spectral fi ltering applications.; In addition to colorant-based pigmentation, structure is a major contributor to a material’s color. In nature, structural color is often caused by the interaction of light with dielectric structures whose dimensions are on the order of visible-light wavelengths. Different optical interactions including multilayer interference, light scattering, the photonic crystal effect, and combinations thereof give rise to selective transmission or refl ection of particular light wavelengths, which leads to the generation of structural color. Recent developments in nanofabrication of plasmonic and carbon nanostructures have opened another effi cient way to control light properties at the subwavelength scale, including visible-light wavelength selection, which can produce structural color. In this Concept, the most relevant and representative achievements demonstrated over the last several years are presented and analyzed. These plasmonic and carbon nanostructures are believed to offer great potential for high-resolution color displays and spectral fi ltering applications.
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ioe.ac.cn/handle/181551/6764
Collection微细加工光学技术国家重点实验室(开放室)
Corresponding AuthorTing Xu
Affiliation中国科学院光电技术研究所
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Ting Xu,HaofEi Shi,Yi-KuEi Wu,et al. Structural Colors: From Plasmonic to Carbon Nanostructures[J]. Small,2011,7:3128-3136.
APA Ting Xu,HaofEi Shi,Yi-KuEi Wu,Alex F. Kaplan,Jong G. Ok,&L. Jay Guo.(2011).Structural Colors: From Plasmonic to Carbon Nanostructures.Small,7,3128-3136.
MLA Ting Xu,et al."Structural Colors: From Plasmonic to Carbon Nanostructures".Small 7(2011):3128-3136.
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