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Highly sensitive differential phase-sensitive surface plasmon resonance biosensor based on the Mach-Zehnder configuration

Highly sensitive differential phase-sensitive surface plasmon resonance biosensor based on the Mach-Zehnder configuration,10.1364/OL.29.002378,Optics

Highly sensitive differential phase-sensitive surface plasmon resonance biosensor based on the Mach-Zehnder configuration   (Citations: 37)
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Journal: Optics Letters , vol. 29, no. 20, 2004
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    • ...Recently, research attention in SPR sensing has shifted to measuring the SPR phase shift [4], because the resonant phase behavior exhibits a steep jump, which leads to potential in achieving extremely high sensitivity...
    • ...Similarly to other SPR configurations, the good sensitivity to surface binding is the result of the tightly confined SP mode [4]...

    T. Yanget al. Phase change associated with resonant surface plasmon polariton-assist...

    • ...Initially, SPs have been successfully applied to microscopy[1,2], Raman spectroscopy[3] and bio-sensing devices[4,5], some of the microscopy have achieved single atomic sensitivity...

    Sheng-Chung Chenet al. Lithography mask made by silver nanorods

    • ...The sensitivity on the order of 10 −8 in RIU was reported using phase-sensitive SPR [24], while it is still controversial whether the detection scheme has competitive edge, in the practical sense, over traditional intensity-based SPR systems [25]...

    Kyungjae Maet al. Target-Localized Nanograting-Based Surface Plasmon Resonance Detection...

    • ...RIU. It has been demonstrated that a resolution of 5.5 x 10 -8 RIU is practically achievable [4]...

    S. P. Nget al. A white-light interferometric surface plasmon resonance sensor with wi...

    • ...Recently, research attention in SPR sensing has shifted to measuring the SPR phase shift [4], because the resonant phase behavior exhibits a steep jump, which leads to potential in achieving extremely high sensitivity...
    • ...Simulation result shows that when the refractive index changes from 1.33 to 1.50, the phase has changed by 59e as shown in Fig. 5.�On the basis of an experimental resolution of 0.01e [4], the calculated sensitivity threshold of our system is 2.88h 10...
    • ...Similarly to other SPR configurations, the good sensitivity to surface binding is the result of the tightly confined SP mode[4]...
    • ...The absolute sensitivity is, however, smaller than that obtained by fixed-angle SPR using the Kretschmann configuration [4]...

    T. Yanget al. A phase-sensitive surface plasmon resonance sensor based on the enhanc...

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