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Coherent control of plasmons in nanoparticles with nonlocal response

McArthur, D. and Hourahine, B. and Papoff, F. (2017) Coherent control of plasmons in nanoparticles with nonlocal response. Optics Communications, 382. pp. 258-265. ISSN 0030-4018

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Abstract

We discuss a scheme for the coherent control of light and plasmons in nanoparticles that have nonlocal dielectric permittivity and contain nonlinear impurities or color centers. We consider particles which have a response to light that is strongly influenced by plasmons over a broad range of frequencies. Our coherent control method enables the reduction of absorption and/or suppression of scattering.