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Raman antenna formed by molecule/plasmonic nanostructure hybrid system

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Chen, SY; Mock, JJ; Hill, RT; Chilkoti, A; Smith, DR; Lazarides, AA
Published in: Optics InfoBase Conference Papers
December 1, 2011

A nano-antenna composed of a particle and a polarizable surface provides control of the spatial distribution and high enhancement of Raman scattering. This structure may serve as a stable platform for single molecule detection. © 2010 Optical Society of America.

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Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

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2162-2701

Publication Date

December 1, 2011
 

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Chen, S. Y., Mock, J. J., Hill, R. T., Chilkoti, A., Smith, D. R., & Lazarides, A. A. (2011). Raman antenna formed by molecule/plasmonic nanostructure hybrid system. Optics InfoBase Conference Papers.
Chen, S. Y., J. J. Mock, R. T. Hill, A. Chilkoti, D. R. Smith, and A. A. Lazarides. “Raman antenna formed by molecule/plasmonic nanostructure hybrid system.” Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, December 1, 2011.
Chen SY, Mock JJ, Hill RT, Chilkoti A, Smith DR, Lazarides AA. Raman antenna formed by molecule/plasmonic nanostructure hybrid system. Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. 2011 Dec 1;
Chen, S. Y., et al. “Raman antenna formed by molecule/plasmonic nanostructure hybrid system.” Optics InfoBase Conference Papers, Dec. 2011.
Chen SY, Mock JJ, Hill RT, Chilkoti A, Smith DR, Lazarides AA. Raman antenna formed by molecule/plasmonic nanostructure hybrid system. Optics InfoBase Conference Papers. 2011 Dec 1;

Published In

Optics InfoBase Conference Papers

EISSN

2162-2701

Publication Date

December 1, 2011