This book deals with molecular plasmonics, a hot topic in applied optics. The book has nine chapters; the first two are introductory chapters explaining the physical basis of plasmonics. The third chapter is dedicated to plasmonic nanochips, while the next four chapters are focused on biosensing and bioelectronics applications. The last chapter is dedicated to metamaterials with reversible optoelectronic and physico-chemical properties.
The book is clearly written, has many references, and is a useful tool for all readers interested in plasmonics and its applications.
Review by Daniela Dragoman, full professor on the faculty of physics at the University of Bucharest, Romania.
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