Fabrication and characterization of template-stripped plasmonic substrates for high-resolution chemical imaging
Template-stripped plasmonic nanoholes are used as high-resolution chemical imaging substrates via surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. Chemical patterns created with microcontact printing show these surfaces to provide large and uniform enhancements suitable for imaging. © 2014 OSA.
Physics and Engineering
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Elliott, Sarah; Turner, Mark; Rich, Isabel; and Lindquist, Nathan C., "Fabrication and characterization of template-stripped plasmonic substrates for high-resolution chemical imaging" (2014). Physics and Engineering Faculty Publications. 31.