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Interfacial Chemistry in Nanophotonics
Nanophotonics, especially plasmonics is a kind of very active research area, which deals with the interaction behavior between electromagnetic radiation and metallic nanostructures. It has attracted enormous attention over ...
Dimension Controlled Self-Assembly of Perylene Based Molecules
Recent advances in the self-assembly of highly organized structures of organic semiconducting molecules by controlled non-covalent interactions has opened avenues for creating materials with unique optical and electrical ...
Polyethyleneimine functionalized nano-carbons for the absorption of carbon dioxide
The evolution of nanotechnology over the past 20 years has allowed researchers to use a wide variety of techniques and instruments to synthesize and characterize new materials on the nano scale. Due to their size, these ...
Coated Carbon Nanotubes and Carbon Fibers: Synthesis and Applications
Carbon nanotubes have been of great interest given their unique electronic and mechanical properties. Scholars have focused on the addition of carbon nanotubes to various matrices in order to develop novel materials. These ...
Gold nanoshells for surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy and drug delivery
Gold nanoshells are tunable plasmonic nanostructures consisting of spherical silica cores wrapped with thin layer of Au. Based on the size of the Au layer with respect to the silica core, gold nanoshells can resonantly ...