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During recent years our enthusiasm for Radiative Decay Engineering (RDE) has continually increased. Many of the early predictions have been confirmed experimentally. We see numerous applications for RDE in biotechnology, clinical assays and analytical chemistry. While implementation of RDE is relatively simple, understanding the principles of RDE is difficult. The concepts are widely distributed in the optics and chemical physics literature, often described in terms difficult to understand by biophysical scientists. RDE includes chapters from the experts who have studied metal particle optics…mehr

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During recent years our enthusiasm for Radiative Decay Engineering (RDE) has continually increased. Many of the early predictions have been confirmed experimentally. We see numerous applications for RDE in biotechnology, clinical assays and analytical chemistry. While implementation of RDE is relatively simple, understanding the principles of RDE is difficult. The concepts are widely distributed in the optics and chemical physics literature, often described in terms difficult to understand by biophysical scientists. RDE includes chapters from the experts who have studied metal particle optics and fluorophore-metal interactions. This collection describes the fundamental principles for the widespread use of radiative decay engineering in the biological sciences and nanotechnology. TOC:Preparation of Noble Metal Colloids and Selected Structures.- Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy: Alternative Modes of Use for NSOM Probes.- Nanoparticles with Tunable Localized Surface Plasmon Resonances: Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy.- Colloid Surface Chemistry.- Bioanalytical Sensing Using Noble Meal Colloids.- Theory of Fluorophore-Metallic Surface Interactions.- Surface-Enhancement of Fluorescence Near Noble Metal Nanostructures.- Time-Resolved Fluorescence Measurements of Fluorophores Close to Metal Nanoparticles.- Copper Coated Self-Assembled Monolayers: Alkanethiols and Prospective Molecular Wires.- Principles and Applications of Surface-Plasmon Field-Enhanced Fluorescence Techniques.- Optically Detectable Colloidal Metal Labels: Properties, Methods, and Biomedical Applications.- Noble Metal Nanoparticle Biosensors.- Surface Plasmon-Coupled Emission: A New Method for Sensitive Fluorescence Detection.- Radiative Decay Engineering (RDE).

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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 11.12.2007
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780387276175
  • Artikelnr.: 37288453
Autorenporträt
Dr Chris D. Geddes, Ph.D., Professor, has extensive experience in fluorescence spectroscopy and Plasmonics, particularly in fluorescence sensing and metal-fluorophore interactions (Metal-Enhanced Fluorescence), publishing over 200 papers and 20 books. Dr Geddes is internationally known in fluorescence for his scholarly publications and for the development of fluorescence-based plasmonics. He is the editor-in-chief of the Journal of Fluorescence and founding editor of the Who s Who in Fluorescence and Annual Reviews in Fluorescence volumes. In addition, due to the labs pioneering efforts in the fields of metallic nanoparticle-fluorophore interactions, Dr Geddes launched the Springer Journal "Plasmonics" in 2005. Dr Geddes is Director of the Institute of Fluorescence at the University of Maryland Baltimore County which focuses on the nano-bio-technological applications of fluorescence. Dr Geddes frequently chairs NIH study sections and is currently a permanent member of the NIH EBIT study section.
http://theinstituteoffluorescence.com
Inhaltsangabe
Preparation of Noble Metal Colloids and Selected Structures.- Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscopy: Alternative Modes of Use for NSOM Probes.- Nanoparticles with Tunable Localized Surface Plasmon Resonances: Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy.- Colloid Surface Chemistry.- Bioanalytical Sensing Using Noble Meal Colloids.- Theory of Fluorophore-Metallic Surface Interactions.- Surface-Enhancement of Fluorescence Near Noble Metal Nanostructures.- Time-Resolved Fluorescence Measurements of Fluorophores Close to Metal Nanoparticles.- Copper Coated Self-Assembled Monolayers: Alkanethiols and Prospective Molecular Wires.- Principles and Applications of Surface-Plasmon Field-Enhanced Fluorescence Techniques.- Optically Detectable Colloidal Metal Labels: Properties, Methods, and Biomedical Applications.- Noble Metal Nanoparticle Biosensors.- Surface Plasmon-Coupled Emission: A New Method for Sensitive Fluorescence Detection.- Radiative Decay Engineering (RDE).
Rezensionen
From the reviews of the first edition:

"The editors have succeeded in producing a timely and interesting compilation of chapters written by experts in their respective areas and in providing excellent historical perspective and technological breadth to important current strategies and applications within the emerging field of plasmonics. ... Radiative Decay Engineering is a unique, single source outlining recent developments in this exciting field ... . This book will prove extremely useful as a reference for scientists and engineers already engaged in research involving fluorophore-metal interactions ... ." (Gary A. Baker, JACS, Vol. 128 (36), 2006)