The Resource Frontiers of surface-enhanced raman scattering : single-nanoparticles and single cells, edited by Yukihiro Ozaki, Katrin Kneipp, Ricardo R Aroca

Frontiers of surface-enhanced raman scattering : single-nanoparticles and single cells, edited by Yukihiro Ozaki, Katrin Kneipp, Ricardo R Aroca

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Frontiers of surface-enhanced raman scattering : single-nanoparticles and single cells
Title
Frontiers of surface-enhanced raman scattering
Title remainder
single-nanoparticles and single cells
Statement of responsibility
edited by Yukihiro Ozaki, Katrin Kneipp, Ricardo R Aroca
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Editor of compilation
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Language
eng
Summary
A comprehensive presentation of Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) theory, substrate fabrication, applications of SERS to biosystems, chemical analysis, sensing and fundamental innovation through experimentation. Written by internationally recognized editors and contributors. Relevant to all those within the scientific community dealing with Raman Spectroscopy, i.e. physicists, chemists, biologists, material scientists, physicians and biomedical scientists. SERS applications are widely expanding and the technology is now used in the field of nanotechnologies, applications to biosystems, nonosensors, nanoimaging and nanoscience
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DLC
Dewey number
543/.57
Index
index present
LC call number
QC454.R36
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non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Frontiers of surface-enhanced raman scattering : single-nanoparticles and single cells, edited by Yukihiro Ozaki, Katrin Kneipp, Ricardo R Aroca
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Includes index
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Chapter 1 Calculation of Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectra Including Orientational and Stokes Effects Using TDDFT/Mie Theory QM/ED Method; 1.1 Introduction: Combined Quantum Mechanics/ Electrodynamics Methods; 1.2 Computational Details; 1.3 Summary of Model Systems; 1.4 Azimuthal Averaging; 1.5 SERS of Pyridine: Models G, A, B, S, and V; 1.6 Orientation Effects in SERS of Phthalocyanines; 1.7 Two Particle QM/ED Calculations; 1.8 Summary; Acknowledgment; References
  • 2.3.2 Spectroscopic Potential of Non-resonant SERS Using the Hottest Hot Spots2.4 Summary and Conclusions; References; Chapter 3 Effect of Nanoparticle Symmetry on Plasmonic Fields: Implications for Single-Molecule Raman Scattering; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Methodology; 3.3 Plasmon Mode Structure of Nanoparticle Clusters; 3.3.1 Dimers; 3.3.2 Trimers; 3.4 Effect of Plasmon Modes on SMSERS; 3.4.1 Effect of the Spectral Lineshape; 3.4.2 Effect of Multiple Normal Modes; 3.5 Conclusions; Acknowledgment; References
  • 4.2.2 Intensity and Spectral Fluctuation in SERS and SEF4.2.3 Framework for Analysis of Fluctuation in SERS and SEF; 4.2.4 Analysis of Intensity Fluctuation in SERS and SEF; 4.2.5 Analysis of Spectral Fluctuation in SERS and SEF; 4.2.6 Summary; 4.3 Conclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Chapter 5 Single-Molecule Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering as a Probe for Adsorption Dynamics on Metal Surfaces; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Simultaneous Measurements of Conductance and SERS of a Single-Molecule Junction; 5.3 SERS Observation Using Heterometallic Nanodimers at the Single-Molecule Level
  • Chapter 2 Non-resonant SERS Using the Hottest Hot Spots of Plasmonic Nanoaggregates2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Aggregates of Silver and Gold Nanoparticles and Their Hot Spots; 2.2.1 Evaluation of Plasmonic Nanoaggregates by Vibrational Pumping due to a Non-resonant SERS Process; 2.2.2 Probing Plasmonic Nanoaggregates by Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy; 2.2.3 Probing Local Fields in Hot Spots by SERS and SEHRS; 2.3 SERS Using Hot Silver Nanoaggregates and Non-resonant NIR Excitation; 2.3.1 SERS Signal vs. Concentration of the Target Molecule
  • Chapter 4 Experimental Demonstration of Electromagnetic Mechanism of SERS and Quantitative Analysis of SERS Fluctuation Based on the Mechanism4.1 Experimental Demonstration of the EM Mechanism of SERS; 4.1.1 Introduction; 4.1.2 Observations of the EM Mechanism in SERS Spectral Variations; 4.1.3 Observations of the EM Mechanism in the Refractive Index Dependence of SERS Spectra; 4.1.4 Quantitative Evaluation of the EM Mechanism of SERS; 4.1.5 Summary; 4.2 Quantitative Analysis of SERS Fluctuation Based on the EM Mechanism; 4.2.1 Introduction
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ocn858914517
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1 online resource
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online
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9781118703601
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2013038586
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computer
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.b35523414
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  • (OCoLC)858914517
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