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Meeting 2021 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Plasmonics in Nanocomposite Materials
Presentation Title Electron Transfer and Catalysis in Plasmonic Nanocomposite Systems
Author(s) Patrick A. Ward, Simona Murph
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Patrick A. Ward
Abstract Scope Localized surface plasmon resonances provide unique mechanisms for electron transfer processes in nanocomposite systems. Additionally, these electrons can be leveraged to provide pathways for the development of novel energy conversion and storage devices. By controlling the shape, size, and composition of nanomaterials, the excitation wavelength and electron transfer mechanisms can be altered. Herein, the fundamentals of electron transfer mechanisms in plasmonic nanomaterial systems will be discussed and the potential for these plasmonic systems to drive chemical reactions. Examples of surface plasmon induced catalysis will be provided as well as potential applications for advanced energy storage and conversion devices.
Proceedings Inclusion? Planned:


Anisotropic and Shape-selective Plasmonic Nanomaterials: Structure-property Relationships
Electron Transfer and Catalysis in Plasmonic Nanocomposite Systems
Emerging Anisotropic 2D Layered Materials for Plasmonics and Polaritonics
Engineered Plasmonic Nanoparticle Based Detection: Advanced Sensitivity and Selectivity
Fin p-n Heterojunctions for High Brightness Light Emitting Diodes and Lasers at Sub-micron Scale
Gold and Au/Ni and Other Plasmonic Nanoparticles: Using Theory to Understand Metal Recovery and Optical Properties
Nanophotonics for Neural Engineering
Nanoplasmonics and Its Applications in Nanomedicine
Plasmonic Compound Nanohole Arrays
Spectral Enhancement of Dye Molecules Adsorbed on Titania Prepared on Gold Nanoparticles
Understanding Photocarrier and Gas Dynamics to Rationally Design Nano-heterostructured Photocatalysts for CO2 Conversion

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