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Quantitative Chemical Mapping of Anisotropic Molecular Distributions on Gold Nanorods

  • Blanka E. Janicek (a1), Joshua G. Hinman (a2), Jordan H. Hinman (a2), Sang hyun Bae (a1), Meng Wu (a2), Huei-Huei Chang (a2), Kenneth S. Suslick (a2), Catherine J. Murphy (a2) and Pinshane Y. Huang (a1)...
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[2]Burrows, N et al. , Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 7 (2016), p. 632.
[3]Lohse, S and Murphy, CJ, Journal of the American Chemical Society 134, (2012), p. 15607.
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[7]This work was supported by the Packard Foundation, NSF-MRSEC under Award Number DMR-1720633, and NSF grants 1608743 and 1503408. The experimental work was carried out in part in the Materials Research Laboratory and made use of the Cornell Center for Materials Research Shared Facilities, which are supported through the NSF-MRSEC program (DMR-1719875).

Quantitative Chemical Mapping of Anisotropic Molecular Distributions on Gold Nanorods

  • Blanka E. Janicek (a1), Joshua G. Hinman (a2), Jordan H. Hinman (a2), Sang hyun Bae (a1), Meng Wu (a2), Huei-Huei Chang (a2), Kenneth S. Suslick (a2), Catherine J. Murphy (a2) and Pinshane Y. Huang (a1)...

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