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Plasmonic and new plasmonic materials : general discussion

García De Abajo, F. Javier and Sapienza, Riccardo and Noginov, Mikhail and Benz, Felix and Baumberg, Jeremy and Maier, Stefan and Graham, Duncan and Aizpurua, Javier and Ebbesen, Thomas and Pinchuk, Anatoliy and Khurgin, Jacob and Matczyszyn, Katarzyna and Hugall, James T. and Van Hulst, Niek and Dawson, Paul and Roberts, Christopher and Nielsen, Michael and Bursi, Luca and Flatté, Michael and Yi, Jun and Hess, Ortwin and Engheta, Nader and Brongersma, Mark and Podolskiy, Viktor and Shalaev, Vladimir and Narimanov, Evgenii and Zayats, Anatoly (2015) Plasmonic and new plasmonic materials : general discussion. Faraday Discussions, 178. pp. 123-149. ISSN 1359-6640

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Jeremy Baumberg opened a general discussion of the Introductory Lecture by Mark Brongersma