LSPR

AcronymDefinition
LSPRLondon School of Public Relations (est. 1992)
LSPRLake Superior Performance Rally (Houghton, MI)
LSPRLocalized Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectroscopy
LSPRLarge Systems Performance Reference (IBM mainframes)
LSPRLogistics System Program Review
LSPRLow-Speed Pulse Restorer
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While the work on improving the iM is far from over, Brian Thurgate the other driver / co-driver for the LSPR event is looking toward the future.
An innovative feature of the research lies in the suggestion of the possibility of a considerable change in the Kerr rotation's direction due to LSPR within nickel nanoparticles.
Application of the LSPR method leads to the worst situation in terms of load balance.
LSPR method showed the lowest load balance performance in entire network, as well as in networks especially.
The field enhancement of the silver nanoring pair originates mainly from the LSPR mode excited by the evanescent field.
Vernon, "A resonance tunable and durable LSPR nano-particle sensor: Al2O3 capped silver nano-disks," Progress In Electromagnetic Research, Vol.
When the collective resonance of valence electrons in the noble metal is equal to the frequency of the incident light, dipolar localized surface plasmon resonance (LSPR) is generated [4,5], where the incident wave may excite dipolar LSPRs on the surface of the noble metal NPs.
Tip-surface is also utilized in tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS) for the excitation of the LSPR as a scanning probe.
This resonance leads to strong electric fields on the interface between the NP and the background media at a wavelength called the LSPR wavelength.
LSPR is strongly dependent on the size, shape, and composition of the nanoparticles, as well as the refractive index of the surrounding medium [10, 11].
This paper explores different parameters that influence the LSPR extinction spectrum.
metallic nanoparticles in solution [49, 50], or in a periodic array [51-58], and measuring the shift of LSPR resulting from the change in the refractive index of surrounding medium.