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The fundamental studies of metallic nanoparticles embedded in various host materials have been made. The host-guest interaction causes the shapes of embedded nanoparticles, and the surface plasmon resonances of the metallic nanoparticles are affected by the host materials. The control of the surface plasmon resonance condition is a challenging question. We will discuss the interface effect of the systems where gold nanoparticles were fabricated between materials of MgO and SiO2.
We report new results from a program which is aimed at obtaining deep CCD photometry for a sample of relatively nearby globular clusters having a wide range of metallicities. The CCD cameras on the CFHT 3.6 m, CTIO 4 m and KPNO 4 m telescopes have been used over the past 4 years to obtain deep exposures in regions of a number of clusters. In order to avoid the severest crowding, all of our observations have been obtained at distances of greater than ~ 5 core radii from the cluster centers. The images have been analysed by using the DAOPHOT point-spread-function fitting routines.
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