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Optical chemical sensing employing surface plasmon resonance

Optical chemical sensing employing surface plasmon resonance

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An optical sensor based on the phenomenon of light-excited surface plasmon resonance has been investigated to measure liquid chemical concentrations. A white light source is used to excite surface plasmon waves at a metal/analyte interface. The wavelength of maximum absorption in the reflected light depends uniquely on the refractive index of the analyte.

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