Dataset on coherent control of fields and induced currents in nonlinear multiphoton processes in a nanosphere

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Abstract

We model a scheme for the coherent control of light waves and currents in metallic nanospheres which applies independently of the nonlinear multiphoton processes at the origin of waves and currents. Using exact mathematical formulae, we calculate numerically with a custom fortran code the effect of an external control field which enable us to change the radiation pattern and suppress radiative losses or to reduce absorption, enabling the particle to behave as a perfect scatterer or as a perfect absorber. Data are provided in tabular, comma delimited value format and illustrate narrow features in the response of the particles that result in high sensitivity to small variations in the local environment, including subwavelength spatial shifts.
LanguageEnglish
Article number150064
Number of pages13
JournalScientific Data
Volume2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 24 Nov 2015

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Multiphoton processes
Coherent Control
Nanospheres
Induced currents
Absorber
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absorbers
Absorption
Radiation
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Nonlinear process
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Keywords

  • physical sciences
  • nonlinear optics
  • optical physics
  • nanophotonics and plasmonics physical sciences

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