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Dirac-like Plasmons in Honeycomb Lattices of Metallic Nanoparticles

We consider a two-dimensional honeycomb lattice of metallic nanoparticles, each supporting a localized surface plasmon, and study the quantum properties of the collective plasmons resulting from the near field dipolar interaction between the nanoparticles. We analytically investigate the dispersion, the effective Hamiltonian and the eigenstates of the collective plasmons for an arbitrary orientation of the individual dipole moments. When the polarization points close to the normal to the plan...

Innovating standards through informal consortia: The case of wireless telecommunications

We empirically examine the effects of industry consortia on the coordination of innovation strategies of the members. Our analyses utilize membership data from 32 consortia in wireless telecommunication technology subfields from 2000 to 2005 and prior art citations in standards-essential patents. We find that connections among firms in informal technically-oriented consortia significantly increase the likelihood that firms cite each other's patents in subsequent patents essential for the UMTS...