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107 search results for ‘nanoparticle’

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Working Like a Dog

| Joanna Cummings

A new portable sensor could sniff out trapped humans in search and rescue missions

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Driving SERS into the Clinic

| Mustafa Culha

Raman spectroscopy has evolved into a powerful characterization technique for many applications. What more needs to be done to make it effective in clinical analysis?

Alfredo Sanz-Medel

to study isotopes, elements, small molecules, big molecules, biomolecules and, more recently, nanoparticles, nanostructures and nanobiomolecules. Nominator comment : “ Diverse and extensive contributions

Evolved Gas Analysis and Multi-step Pyrolysis of Tea Bag Using the Pyroprobe with GC/MS

| Contributed by CDS

This application note demonstrates Evolved Gas Analysis (EGA) and Multi-step Pyrolysis (MSP) with GC/MS on two different tea bag samples.

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Size Exclusion Chromatography / Gel Permeation Chromatography: An Introduction in 30 Minutes

GPC/SEC is mainly used for the characterization of macromolecules including synthetic and natural polymers (including polysaccharides) as well as proteins or RNA/DNA. This white paper provides an introduction to the technique in 30 minutes.

Christy Haynes

: “Among research scientists: real-time, high spatial resolution in situ chemical analysis of nanoparticles in complex matrices.” Advice : “Work with people who challenge you and love science, and be gracious

#10 David E. Clemmer

(e.g., biological complexes, viruses and vaccines, as well as many other types of polymers and nanoparticles, including particles resulting from degradation of plastics). Full disclosure, in 2018 I helped

Fields & Applications Clinical

A SMArter Way to Diagnose Diabetes

| Michael Schubert

Could a polymer that "biopsies" living cells lead to improved diabetes diagnosis and monitoring?

Andrew deMello

point-of-care diagnostics. Of particular relevance is his work in the microfluidic synthesis of nanoparticles – an approach that he and his coworkers pioneered in 2002, and which has transformed the practice

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Gurus of Raman Spectroscopy

| Volker Deckert, Duncan Graham

In the light of a disruptive new paper, four experts discuss the future of Raman spectroscopy

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