Abstract

We examine the enhancement to be realized in three-dimensional arrays of regularly spaced metallic nanoantennae and quantum dot/dye molecule emitters. We find that these arrayshave drastically different properties depending on metal type and spacer molecule length.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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