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Plasmonics and enhanced vibrational spectroscopies

Plasmonics and enhanced vibrational spectroscopies

The metallic nanoparticles or nanostructures can strongly interact with light. They can provide some huge enhancement of the near field at the vicinity of the metallic surface due to the excitation of the localised surface plasmon (LSP). The plasmonic properties depend on geometrical parameters (size, shape, coupling...) of the nanopatterned metals and can be finely controlled and tuned on a wide range of wavelength.

Researchers

  • Jean-François Bardeau
  • Alain Bulou
  • Philippe Daniel
  • Nicolas Delorme
  • Mathieu Edely
  • Nicolas Errien
  • Alain Gibaud
  • Fabienne Lagarde
  • Marc Lamy de La Chapelle

Field enhancement and SERS optimization

We work on the relation between the LSP and the enhancement efficiency depending on the geometrical parameters of the dedicated nanostructures. We notably determine the influence of the LSP on the surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS).

Moreover, in the team, we developed strong skills in the structuration of metallic surfaces at micro/nanoscales to create nanostructured substrates for highly sensitive SERS applications.

 

Related papers
  • Mathieu Edely, Nicolas Delorme, David Siniscalco, and Jean-François Bardeau, Mater. Technol. 2018, 1800134 - DOI: 10.1002/admt.201800134
  • Quilis, M. Lequeux, P. Venugopalan, I. Khan, W. Knoll, S. Boujday, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, J. Dostalek, Tunable laser interference lithography preparation of plasmonic nanoparticle arrays tailored for SERS, Nanoscale, 10, 10268, 2018
  • Gillibert, F. Colas, R. Yasukuni, G. Picardi, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, Plasmonic Properties of Aluminium Nanocylinders in the Visible Range, J. Phys. Chem. C 121(4), 2402, 2017
  • Gillibert, T. Tafer, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, Strong coupling between localized surface plasmon and Bragg mode on aluminium nanocylinders grating deposited on aluminium film, Physica Status Solidi a, 214(8), 1600793, 2017
  • Colas, M. Cottat, R. Gillibert, N. Guillot, N. Djaker, N. Lidgi-Guigui, T. Toury, D. Barchiesi, A. Toma, E. Di Fabrizio, P. G. Gucciardi, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, Red-Shift Effects in Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: Spectral or Intensity Dependence of the Near-Field?, J. Phys. Chem. C120 (25), 13675, 2016
  • Gillibert, M. Sarkar, J. F. Bryche, R. Yasukuni, J. Moreau, M. Besbes, G. Barbillon, P. Gogol, B, Bartenlian, M. Canva, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, Directional Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering on gold nano-gratings, Nanotechnology 27/11, 115202, 2016
  • Gillibert, M. Sarkar, J. Moreau, M. Besbes, M. Canva, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, Near Field Enhancement Localization on Plasmonic Gratings, J. Phys. Chem. C 120 (48), 27562, 2016
  • F. Bryche, R. Gillibert, G. Barbillon, P. Gogol, J. Moreau, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, B. Bartenlian, M. Canva, Plasmonic enhancement by a continuous gold underlayer: application to SERS sensing, Plasmonics, 11/2, 601, 2016
  • F. Bryche, A. Tsigara, B. Bélier, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, M. Canva, B. Bartenlian, G. Barbillon, Surface enhanced Raman scattering improvement of gold triangular nanoprisms by a gold reflective underlayer for chemical sensing, Sensor and actuator B, 228, 31, 2016

Patent: Procédé de Fabrication d’un motif métallique nanostructuré et motif métallique- Inventeurs : M. Edely, N. Delorme, J.-F. Bardeau (2014 - N° de dépôt : 1461880)

Projects

Molecular plasmonics and thermoplasmonics

The plasmonic properties of metallic nanostructures can induced side effects such as local increase of the temperature, known as thermoplasmonics effect, or the formation of hot electrons that can react with molecules. We study and exploit such properties. For instance, we demonstrated that some chemical reaction, such as the click chemistry, can be initiated and mediated by the plasmon or that large temperatures can be reached at the nanostructure surface to heat the local medium.

 

Related papers
  • Tijunelyte, E. Guenin, N. Lidgi-Guigui, F. Colas, J. Ibrahim, T. Toury, Lamy de la Chapelle, Nanoplasmonics tuned “click chemistry”, Nanoscale, 7/13, 7105, 2016
  • Betelu, I. Tijunelyte, L. Boubekeur-Lecaque, I. Ignatiadis, J. Ibrahim, S. Gaboreau, C. Berho, T. Toury, E. Guenin, N. Lidgi-Guigui, N. Félidj, E. Rinnert, Marc Lamy de la Chapelle, Evidence of the Grafting Mechanisms of Diazonium Salts on Gold Nanostructures, J. Phys. Chem. C, 120 (32), 18158, 2016
  • Picardi, F. Colas, R. Gillibert, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, Spectral Shift of the Plasmon Resonance between the Optical Extinction and Absorption of Gold and Aluminum Nanodisks, J. Phys. Chem. C, 120 (45), 26025, 2016
  • Tijunelyte, I. Kherbouche, S. Gam-Derouich, M. Nguyen, N. Lidgi-Guigui, Lamy de la Chapelle, A. Lamouri, G. Levi, J. Aubard, A. Chevillot-Biraud, C. Mangeney, N. Felidj, Multi-functionalization of lithographically designed gold nanodisks by plasmon-mediated reduction of aryl diazonium salts, Nanoscale Horizon, 3, 53, 2018
Projects
  • X-TREM

Plasmonic applications in sensing

The field enhancement can be exploited for large enhancement of the spectroscopical signal of any molecules located at the vicinity of the nanoparticle surface. It is then possible to detect molecular species at low concentration and provide high sensitivity to the detection. Thus, several projects were devoted to the enhancement of Raman signal (SERS) allowing the detection and analysis of molecules in very small concentrations. Most applications are turned towards the detection of biomolecules in medecine, pollutants in environment, contaminants and micro-organisms in food.

 

Related papers
  • Gillibert, M. Triba, Marc Lamy de la Chapelle, Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Sensor for Highly Sensitive and Selective Detection of Ochratoxin A, Analyst, 143, 339, 2018.
  • Gillibert, J. Q. Huang, Y. Zhang, W. L. Fu, M. Lamy de la Chapelle Explosive detection by Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering, Trend in Analytical Chemistry, 105, 166, 2018
  • Gillibert, J. Q. Huang, Y. Zhang, W. L. Fu, M. Lamy de la Chapelle Food quality control by Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering, Trend in Analytical Chemistry, 105, 185, 2018
  • Cottat, R. Yasukuni, Y. Homma, N. Lidgi-Guigui, N. Varin-Blank, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, C. Le Roy, Phosphorylation impact on Spleen Tyrosine kinase conformation by Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy, Scientific Reports 7, 39766, 2017.
  • Chauvet, R., Lagarde, T. Charrier, A. Assaf, G. Thouand, and P. Daniel. “Microbiological Identification by Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy.” Applied Spectroscopy Reviews 52, no. 2 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1080/05704928.2016.1209760
  • Tijunelyte, S. Betelu, J. Moreau, I. Ignatiadis, C. Berho, N. Lidgi-Guigui, E. Guenin, C. David, S. Vergnole, E. Rinnert, Marc Lamy de la Chapelle, Diazonium Salt-Based Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Nanosensor: Detection and Quantitation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Water Sample, Sensors, 17(6), 1198, 2017
  • Dribek, E. Rinnert, F. Colas, M.-P. Crassous, N. Thioune, C. David, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, C. Compère, Organometallic nanoprobe to enhance optical response on the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon benzo[a]pyrene immunoassay using SERS technology, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 24(35), 27070, 2017
  • Alami, A. El, Lagarde, U. Tamer, M. Baitoul, and P. Daniel. “Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Coupled to Chemometrics for Identification and Quantification of Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors.” Vibrational Spectroscopy 87 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vibspec.2016.09.005.
  • Enhanced Vibrational Spectroscopies as Tools for Small Molecule Biosensing, Boujday, M. Lamy de la Chapelle, J. Srajer, W. Knoll, Sensors, 15, 21239, 2015
  • Cottat, C. D’Andrea, R.Yasukuni, N. Malashikhina, R. Grinyte, N. Lidgi-Guigui, B. Fazio, A. Sutton, O. Oudar, N. Charnaux, V. Pavlov, A. Toma, E. Di Fabrizio, P. G. Gucciardi M. Lamy de la Chapelle , High Sensitivity, High Selectivity SERS Detection of MnSOD Using Optical Nanoantennas Functionalized with Aptamers, J. Phys. Chem. C 119 15532, 2015.
Projects
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