Molecules and mirrors: new directions in chemistry and organic optoelectronics using hybrid light/matter states
Grant number: DE130101300 | Funding period: 2013 - 2018
This project will explore the exotic mixtures of light and matter that can form when molecules are placed in nano-scale mirror cavities. If the chemical reactivity of these mixed light or matter states can be controlled, a new generation of efficient, organic solar energy capture and storage devices is anticipated.
Related publications (8)
In situ synthesis of Au-shelled Ag nanoparticles on PDMS for flexible, long-life, and broad spectrum-sensitive SERS substrates
B Fortuni, T Inose, S Uezono, S Toyouchi, K Umemoto, S Sekine, Y Fujita, M Ricci, G Lu, A Masuhara, JA Hutchison, L Latterini, H Uji-i
A simple and fast one-step fabrication method of silver nanoparticles (AgNPs) on a polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) film and their impr..
A highly sensitive SERS-based platform for Zn(II) detection in cellular media
Hongjun Zhuang, Zhenzhen Wang, Xiangchun Zhang, James A Hutchison, Wenfeng Zhu, Zhiyi Yao, Yuliang Zhao, Min Li
We report a highly sensitive and selective surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS)-based detection of aqueous Zn(II) ions (limit ..
Visualization of molecular fluorescence point spread functions via remote excitation switching fluorescence microscopy
Liang Su, Gang Lu, Bart Kenens, Susana Rocha, Eduard Fron, Haifeng Yuan, Chang Chen, Pol Van Dorpe, Maarten BJ Roeffaers, Hideaki Mizuno, Johan Hofkens, James A Hutchison, Hiroshi Uji-i