Tailoring nanostructured surfaces with plasmonic/magnetic multifunctional response



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Serrano, A. and Rodrıguez de la Fuente, Oscar and Garcıa Hernandez, M. and Campo, G. and Julian Fern andez, C. de and Fernandez, J. F. and Garcıa, M. A. (2018) Tailoring nanostructured surfaces with plasmonic/magnetic multifunctional response. Applied physics letters, 113 (10). ISSN 0003-6951

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.5044697


IIn this work, we present an innovative way to functionalize large surfaces combining both plasmonic and magnetic nanoparticles on a substrate, by the growth of bilayers and a subsequent single annealing. In particular, we show here the formation of Au and gamma- Fe₂O₃ nanoparticles using this route. Thermal treatments promote the nanostructuration of the film plus a partial oxidation of Fe to form ferrimagnetic oxides. For this purpose, annealing conditions and the structure of the bilayer must be selected to achieve an optimal nanostructuration, avoiding the full oxidation of Fe to form antiferromagnetic hematite. Published by AIP Publishing.

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This project was supported by a 2016 BBVA Foundation Grant for Researchers and Cultural Creators. This work was also supported by the Ministerio Español de Economıa y Competitividad (MINECO) through Project Nos. MAT2017-86540-C4-1-R, MAT2014-52405-C02- 02, and CSIC 20150E068. A.S. acknowledges the Comunidad de Madrid for the financial support (Grant No. 2017-t2/IND5395)

Uncontrolled Keywords:Iron-oxide; Gold nanoparticles; Hematite; Raman; Films; Photoanodes; Alpha-Fe₂O₃; Scattering; Diffusion; Modes
Subjects:Sciences > Physics > Materials
Sciences > Physics > Solid state physics
ID Code:49599
Deposited On:25 Oct 2018 11:43
Last Modified:03 Sep 2019 23:01

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