Point-dipole model for metal-enhanced fluorescence

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Point-dipole model for metal-enhanced fluorescence. / Simovski, Constantin R.

In: Optics Letters, Vol. 44, No. 11, 01.06.2019, p. 2697-2700.

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title = "Point-dipole model for metal-enhanced fluorescence",
abstract = "A simple analytical model for calculating the Purcell factor in metal-enhanced fluorescence (MEF) may replace its difficult precise calculations involving either the Green function of a plasmonic nanoantenna (NA) or the resonator mode volume. The model considers the NA as a point dipole. It was previously introduced conceptually, but was applied for only two special cases having no practical importance for nanosensing. In this Letter, we show that this model has a predictive power for practical schemes of MEF which is an important tool of nanosensing.",
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