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An efficient analytical method for characterizing large array of plasmonic nanoparticles located over planarly layered substrate is introduced. Configuration of three unit electric dipoles (with different polarizations) above the layered substrate is shown.[See M. Tajdini et al. Fig. 14 for details.]
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