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Gold nanoparticles (AuNPs) are promising nanocarriers for therapeutics due to their facile synthesis, ease of functionalization, biocompatibility, and inherent non-toxicity. The unique chemical and physical properties of AuNP monolayers provide versatility in delivery method and tunability of...
Highly dispersed rhodium nanoparticles (1.7 ± 0.3 nm) prepared by a liquid-phase reduction method were loaded on a solid solution of GaN and ZnO without forming aggregates, achieving improved activity for visible-light-driven overall water splitting when the nanoparticles are coated with a...
To investigate the dynamics of exchange/transfer of lipids between membranes, we have studied the interaction of donor-deuterated DMPC vesicles with DMPC hybrid bilayers on Au nanoshells using SERS. Experimental data confirm partial lipid exchange/transfer in the outer leaflet of the hybrid...
Time and time again humanity is faced with a unifying global crisis that crosses the many great divides in different societies and serves to bring once segregated communities back together as a collective whole. This global community instinctively turns to science to develop the means of...
The design of self-healing materials is a very important but challenging topic in nanotechnology. Self-healing strategies, also inspired by natural processes, allow the fabrication of auto-repairing systems, and in recent years, materials engineering at the nanoscale has allowed further advances...
As-synthesized single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) are mixtures of semiconducting and metallic species and separation of the two is of crucial importance for many applications. In this article, the methods employed for the enrichment of semiconducting and metallic SWNTs are presented, along...
We demonstrate an optically induced electrokinetic technique that continuously concentrates nanoparticles on the surface of a parallel plate electrode that is biased with an AC signal. A highly focused beam of near-infrared light (1064 nm) was applied, inducing an electrothermal microfluidic...
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