Optimizing the optical detection of individual carbon nanotubes for bio-applications

Laurent Cognet 1
1 lp2n-04,lp2n-12
LP2N - Laboratoire Photonique, Numérique et Nanosciences
Abstract : The optical microscopy of single molecules has recently been beneficial for many applications, in particular in biology. It allows a sub-wavelength localization of an isolated nano-object and a subtle probing of its spatio temporal nano-environment including in living cells. For many bio-applications, near infrared nanoprobes and/or non spherical nanoprobes could be advantageous. In this context, the use of single walled carbon nanotube tubes is expected to be favorable. A prerequisite is however to tune their physical properties/morphologies and optimize their optical detection in biological environments depending on the foreseen applications. Our current efforts toward these goals will be presented.
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6th Workshop 
 on Nanotube Optics 
 and Nanospectroscopy, Jun 2015, Banz Monastery, Germany
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Laurent Cognet. Optimizing the optical detection of individual carbon nanotubes for bio-applications. 6th Workshop 
 on Nanotube Optics 
 and Nanospectroscopy, Jun 2015, Banz Monastery, Germany. 〈hal-01223499〉

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