Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal
A perfectly absorbing metamaterial (PAMM) coupled with vibrational modes has varied applications ranging from surface-enhanced vibrational spectroscopy to biological sensing. This endeavor considers a subwavelength PAMM sensor design and analysis using a commercially available finite element method (FEM) solver and analytically with temporal coupled mode theory (TCMT). A carbon double oxygen bond (C=O) at 52 THz or 1733 cm⁻¹ that resides in poly(methyl methacrylate), PMMA, will be used as a stand-in analyte. Normal mode splitting that results from the resonant coupling between the PAMM and analyte’s molecular resonance is investigated and analyzed.
Finch, M. F., & Lail, B. A. (2018). A subwavelength perfect absorbing metamaterial patch array coupled with a molecular resonance. Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal, 33(2), 196-199.