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2016-2017 Literature Survey of NanoSpectralyzer Research

Published research survey

Our NanoSpectralyzer products are designed for high sensitivity and versatility which makes them useful for optical characterization of many types of particles.* This is evident in a survey of published research that utilized a NanoSpectralyzer. Among recent published reports, about half of the research was done on single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs). The other half of the papers used NanoSpectralyzers to measure spectral  data from quantum dots (QDs) and a variety of other nanoparticles.

Our user-friendly instruments often serve as spectroscopic workhorses, used routinely to characterize anything from visible absorption changes in cupric oxide nanosheets1 to samples of PbS quantum dots prepared for in vivo imaging.2


  1) Z. Fishman, et al. J. Am. Chem. Soc. (2016) 138(34), 10978-10985 

    2) S. Feng, et al. Biomaterials (2016) 103, 256-264


*Recent particles measured on a NanoSpectralyzer: SWCNTs, Ag2S QDs, PbS QDs, NaHoF4: Nd3+ Nanoplates, CuO Nanosheets, PbSe Nanorods, and a custom NIR fluorophore H1 (see literature section for specific examples)





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