Strong chiral responses from arrays of L-shaped gold nanoparticles are observed through second-harmonic circular dichroism and tensor measurements. Comparisons suggest that small-scale defects are the primary source of broken symmetry which makes the samples chiral.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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