The study of the mechanisms that control the ultrafast dynamics in gold nanoparticles is gaining more attention, as these nanomaterials can be used to create nanoarchitectures with outstanding optical properties. Here pump-probe and two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy have been synergistically employed to investigate the early ultrafast femtosecond processes following photoexcitation in colloidal gold nanorods with low aspect ratio. Complementary insights into the coherent plasmonic dynamics at the femtosecond time scale and incoherent hot electron dynamics over picosecond time scales have been obtained, including important information on the different sensitivity to the pump fluence of the longitudinal and transverse plasmons and their different contributions to the photoinduced broadening and shift.

Coherent and Incoherent Ultrafast Dynamics in Colloidal Gold Nanorods

Toffoletti, Federico;Collini, Elisabetta
2024

Abstract

The study of the mechanisms that control the ultrafast dynamics in gold nanoparticles is gaining more attention, as these nanomaterials can be used to create nanoarchitectures with outstanding optical properties. Here pump-probe and two-dimensional electronic spectroscopy have been synergistically employed to investigate the early ultrafast femtosecond processes following photoexcitation in colloidal gold nanorods with low aspect ratio. Complementary insights into the coherent plasmonic dynamics at the femtosecond time scale and incoherent hot electron dynamics over picosecond time scales have been obtained, including important information on the different sensitivity to the pump fluence of the longitudinal and transverse plasmons and their different contributions to the photoinduced broadening and shift.
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