Elaboration and grafting of magnetic bead-chains for detection of anisotropy with polarimetric surface plasmon resonance imaging system

Abstract : The aim of this report is to prove that polarimetric surface plasmon resonance imaging (P SPRI) is able to characterize dynamically the anisotropy of micro and nanoobjects. Micro and nanoparticles were assembled into filaments at a specific location on a support, using a combination of magnetic field, amine based chemistry and orthogonal surface chemistry. After immobilization of the filaments onto gold pads, they were actuated by a magnetic field and validated the P-SPRI system.
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Marie Trévisan, Yann Chevolot, V. Monnier, J.-P. Cloarec, E. Souteyrand, et al.. Elaboration and grafting of magnetic bead-chains for detection of anisotropy with polarimetric surface plasmon resonance imaging system. International Journal of Nanoscience, World Scientific Publishing, 2012, 11 (4), pp.1240012. ⟨10.1142/S0219581X12400121⟩. ⟨hal-00777876⟩

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