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(2016)ACS PHOTONICS.3(1).p.102-108 Mark abstract We demonstrate the generation of Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) signals from integrated bowtie antennas, excited and collected by the fundamental TE mode of a single mode silicon nitride waveguide. Due to the integrated nature of this particular single mode SERS probe one can rigorously quantify the complete enhancement process. The Stokes power, generated by a 4-nitrothiophenol-coated antenna and collected into the fundamental TE mode, exhibits an 8 X 10(6) enhancement compared to the free space Raman scattering of a 4-nitrothiophenol molecule. Furthermore, we present an analytical model which identifies the relevant design parameters and fi SERS-platform. An excellent correspondence is obtained between the theoretically predicted and absolute Raman power. This work paves the way toward a new class of fully integrated lab-on-a-chip mode SERS probe can be combined with other photonic, fluidic, or biological functionalities.

Please use this url to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-7253577



Author: Frédéric Peyskens, Ashim Dhakal, P Van Dorpe, Nicolas Le Thomas and Roel Baets

Source: https://biblio.ugent.be/publication/7253577



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