Carbon nanotube modified optical fiber surface with novel coating method for non-linear and SPR application
Single-wall carbon nanotube deposition with dipping method on gold-coated plasmonic optical fiber sensors has been proposed and demonstrated. The effects of carbon nanotubes on the polarization-dependent coupling of light from the fiber to the coating and on the resulting refractometric sensor properties are experimentally investigated.
|Keywords||Carbon nanotube, Surface plasmon resonance, Tilted fiber Bragg grating|
|Conference||Workshop on Specialty Optical Fibers and their Applications, WSOF 2015|
Zhang, Y. (Yang), Wang, F. (Fang), Song, L. (Lu), Jakubinek, M. (Michael), Gu, Y. (Yiying), Simard, B. (Benoit), & Albert, J. (2015). Carbon nanotube modified optical fiber surface with novel coating method for non-linear and SPR application. Presented at the Workshop on Specialty Optical Fibers and their Applications, WSOF 2015.