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Plasmon-enhanced magneto-optical detection of single-molecule magnets

Journal article
Authors F. Pineider
Esteban Pedrueza-Villalmanzo
M. Serri
Addis Mekonnen Adamu
Evgeniya O. Smetanina
V. Bonanni
G. Campo
L. Poggini
M. Mannini
C. D. Fernandez
C. Sangregorio
M. Gurioli
Alexandre Dmitriev
R. Sessoli
Published in Materials Horizons
Volume 6
Issue 6
Pages 1148-1155
ISSN 2051-6347
Publication year 2019
Published at Department of Physics (GU)
Pages 1148-1155
Language en
Keywords spectroscopy, hysteresis, magnetization, nanoparticles, absorption, spectra, systems, Chemistry, Materials Science
Subject categories Physical Sciences


Here we report on nanoarchitectures composed of molecular magnets deposited on optical nanoantennas. We demonstrate a significantly boosted magneto-optical detection of a thin film of a terbium(III) bis-phthalocianinato (TbPc2) single-molecule magnet and we track down the origin of this enhancement to nanoantenna effects at the optical level. This finding suggests that the vast knowledge on plasmon-enhanced spectroscopies can be readily extended to magneto-optics, thus paving the way to strong magneto-optical enhancements for the readout of nanometric devices embedding single-molecule magnets.

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