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Theory and Applications of Computational Chemistry
This paper is concerned with the interaction of light with particles that are sufficiently large in size that classical electrodynamics plays a role in the optical properties of the particle. Most of the review is concerned with metal nanoparticles (silver and gold), where the linear optical properties (extinction, absorption, scattering) are strongly dependent on particle size, shape and local dielectric environment. To describe such problems, there has been much recent progress in the use ofdoi:10.1016/b978-044451719-7/50047-0 fatcat:qm4x7vdhe5ck5fvemaa3tgh2em