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together with colleagues at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory – the interaction of metallic nanoparticles with molecules in the gas phase. Luckiest break My career change from fundamental atomic and molecular [...] detection of a new class of molecules – the giant Rydberg molecules – and spectroscopic imaging of nanoparticles by surface plasmon resonance spectroscopy.
Four aqueous droplets are pipetted on hydrophobic parts (blue) of a hydrophilic and fibrous paper.
moment My proudest moment came 20 years ago, when my student Steve Emory and I discovered “hot” nanoparticles that were able to amplify the efficiency of surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) by 14–15 [...] development of semiconductor quantum dots, plasmonic nanostructures, and smart stimuli-responsive nanoparticle imaging probes.
SERS and SORS could help diagnosticians access your mind...
Could SERS help streamline the diagnosis of gastrointestinal tumors?
cal measurement methods to analyze the characteristics and dynamics of individual molecules, nanoparticles, and cells – pushing the limits of detection to the single-molecule level. Nominator comment: [...] idth instruments for nanoelectrochemistry, and electrochemical sensing and imaging of single nanoparticles and cells.
The fundamental advantage of using FT-IR spectroscopy in vacuum is to avoid the absorption of atmospheric moisture and other gas species (CO2).
University, California, USA Research : cell imprinting, reaction dynamics, mass spectroscopy, nanoparticles. www.stanford.edu/group/Zarelab
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Rapid screening for total mercury content of water, soils and fish takes to the field
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A collaboration between Tosoh and Axolabs simplifies lipid nanoparticle mRNA vaccine analysis – condensing several techniques into a single method
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