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Coherent superposition of exciton states in quantum dots induced by surface plasmons

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Gomez, D.E. ; Materials Science and Engineering, CSIRO, Private Bag 33, Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia and Future Manufacturing Flagship, CSIRO, Gate 5 Normanby Road, Clayton, Victoria 3168, Australia ; Vernon, K.C. ; Mulvaney, P. ; Davis, T.J.

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We present an experimental demonstration of strong optical coupling between CdSe quantum dots of different sizes which is induced by a surface plasmon propagating on a planar silver thin film. Attenuated total reflection measurements demonstrate the hybridization of exciton states, characterized by the observation of two avoided crossings in the energy dispersion measured for the interacting system.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:96 ,  Issue: 7 )