Mathematical Model of the Propagation of Radiation in Metal Nanoclusters

The material utilised to make nanoclusters and wrap superhero capacitors has a direct influence on their performance. The assessment of their effect in an experimental setting is difficult. Adapting the authors’ technique to govern these parameters might be intriguing. The focus of the essay is on a theoretical examination of the material’s effect on coating properties, as well as the application of the SBS technique to various types of materials. The experimental verification confirmed that the model calculations were correct. A practical approach for forecasting the influence of contaminants on the chance of producing a local surface plasmon resonance (SPR) is provided as a consequence of the research.

Author(s) Details:

T. Yu Mogilnaya,
Moscow Aviation Institute, National Research University, Moscow, 125993, Russia and JSC “SERVET”, Moscow, 123001, Russia.

A. M. Vasiliev,
Moscow Aviation Institute, National Research University, Moscow, 125993, Russia.

L. L. Pagawa,
Moscow Aviation Institute, National Research University, Moscow, 125993, Russia.

D. Yu Kukushkin,
Moscow Aviation Institute, National Research University, Moscow, 125993, Russia.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/NTPSR-V4/article/view/6936

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