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Photophysical Properties of Fluorescent Molecules Interacting With Self-Assembled Nanoparticle Arrays

Photophysical Properties of Fluorescent Molecules Interacting With Self-Assembled Nanoparticle Arrays

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Current interest in inorganic nanoparticles is driven by the possibility of creating functional devices by exploiting their
collective properties. Theoretical and experimental studies of one-dimensional chains of metal nanoparticles indicate that they
exhibit unique, coherent optical properties when the distance between the particles is short enough for near-field coupling
localised surface plasmons. Understanding how an individual nanoparticle contributes to these properties is a key to exploiting
them. The present project was inspired by a recently developed technique in which tiopronin coated silver nanoparticles of
various sizes were triggered to self-assemble into long unbranched chains of regularly spaced monodisperse nanocluster by an
ultra-sonication process. Theoretical reports have predicted that these subwavelength metallic particles can be coupled to a
variety of organic fluorescent molecules and alter their photophysical properties
Current interest in inorganic nanoparticles is driven by the possibility of creating functional devices by exploiting their
collective properties. Theoretical and experimental studies of one-dimensional chains of metal nanoparticles indicate that they
exhibit unique, coherent optical properties when the distance between the particles is short enough for near-field coupling
localised surface plasmons. Understanding how an individual nanoparticle contributes to these properties is a key to exploiting
them. The present project was inspired by a recently developed technique in which tiopronin coated silver nanoparticles of
various sizes were triggered to self-assemble into long unbranched chains of regularly spaced monodisperse nanocluster by an
ultra-sonication process. Theoretical reports have predicted that these subwavelength metallic particles can be coupled to a
variety of organic fluorescent molecules and alter their photophysical properties

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Published by: AviramMa on Apr 24, 2013
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