Molecular Plasmonics: Theory and Applications

Molecular PlasmonicsIntroductionOverview of Current Research Progress in Molecular PlasmonicsSensors Based on SPR and LSPR PhenomenaResearch in Material Science FieldPromising Research DirectionsPlasmonic nanoscopy and visualizationApplications based on thermal effectsMechanical applicationsConclusionReferencesPhysics of the Phenomenon and Theoretical Background of Surface Plasmon Resonance MethodIntroductionSPR Phenomenon and Theoretical Background for Its Application in SensingGeneral Interpretation of SPR Phenomenon and Most Common The oretical Research MethodsTheoretical Background of SPR Method According to Green's FunctionSurface molecular layer susceptibility and reflection coefficientNanoparticles shape influence on the dispersion dependences of SPRPeculiarities of SPR study to account the 3D polarization factor of the moleculesLocalized SPR Phenomenon and Theoretical Background for Its Application in SensingTheoretical Background of Localized SPR MethodSensitive element model for LSPR sensorOptical constants of gold nanoparticlesOptical constants of the molecular component and environmentMethod of optical properties calculation based on the Mie scattering theory for LSPR sensor sensitive elementInfluence of “Nanoparticle-Molecular Layer” System Parameters on the Optical Response of LSPR SensorComparison of LSPR and SPR sensors responseInfluence of the sensor element size on the response of the LSPR sensorFeatures of the response of LSPR sensor based on small-size gold nanoparticlesDependence of LSPR sensor response on the ratio of extinction components (scattering and absorption)LSPR sensor response description using the number of molecules and surface concentration parametersComparative Analysis of LSPR Sensor Optical Response Measurement ModesOptical Response of LSPR Sensor to Formation of Absorbing Dielectric LayersConclusionReferencesPlasmonic Nanochips Development and ApplicationsIntroductionFabrication of Plasmonic Nanochips Based on Noble Metal Thin Films and Nanostructure ArraysFabrication of Thin Films with Surface RoughnessFabrication of Random Nanostructure ArraysSurface nanopartening of random-fashion nanostructures using colloidal nanoparticlesOblique angle deposition methodColloidal lithographiesFabrication of Ordered Nanostructure ArraysSurface nanopatterning of periodic ordered nanostructures using colloidal nanoparticlesAnodic porous alumina membranesScanning beam lithographiesColloidal lithographiesNanoimprint lithographyProperties of Plasmonic Nanochips Based on Nanostructure Arrays of Different StructureMorphological and Spectral Properties of Gold Nanostructure ArraysTheoretical Comparison of Sensing Properties of Gold Nanostructure ArraysTheoretical Comparison of PlasmonicEnhancement Properties of Gold Nanostructure ArraysGeometry Factor of Plasmon-Inducing Metal Surface and Its Use in SEIRA StudiesEffect of Plasmonic Enhancement of Infrared Transitions Near the Metal Surface and Its Experimental ApplicationEnhancement Efficiency for Various Experimental Implementations of the SEIRA TechniquePlasmonic Nanochips Applications for Surface- Enhanced Fluorescence StudiesSurface-Regulated Fluorometry Using Plasmonic Nanochips: Theoretical BackgroundSimulation of fluorescence rate enhancement near nanostructuresInfluence of dielectric substrate on the plasmon-assisted excitation and fluorescence rates of fluorophore moleculeStudies of Surface-Enhanced Fluorescence of Dyes Using LSPR Phenomenon in Au and Ag NanostructuresFluorescence enhancement by using high-conductive nanostructuresFactor of optimal distance between fluorophore molecule and plasmonic nanoparticleInfluence of the size, position, and shape of nanostructures on the enhancement effectMechanisms of surface enhancementModeling and comparative analysis of gold and silver nanostructures as fluorescent signal amplifiersStudies of Rhodamine 6G dye fluorescence enhancement by using random gold nanostructure arraysConclusionReferencesPeculiarities of Surface Plasmon Resonance Method Application for the Investigation of Biomolecules and Biomolecular InteractionsIntroductionExperimental Procedure of Surface Plasmon Resonance TechniqueSurface Plasmon Resonance Study of IgG-Anti-IgG Biospecific ReactionBiomolecules Registration Using an Optoelectronic Biosensor Based on LSPRPeculiarities of LSPR Technique Biosensing ApplicationsStudy of a Biomolecular Antigen-Antibody Reaction and Molecular Recognition Using LSPR BiosensorsComparative Study of SPR and LSPR Techniques for Small Molecule DetectionConclusionReferencesApplication of Molecular Imprinting for Development of Plasmonic Bio- and ChemosensorsIntroductionApplication of Macromolecules Conformational Changes as a Signal Parameter for Studying the Biospecific Reactions Using SPR and Molecular ImprintingInvestigation of Enzymatic Reactions Involving NAD(P)+ and NAD(P)HSPR Spectroscopy as a Research Tool for Molecular Imprinting of NAD(P)+ and NAD(P)H CofactorsPreparation of molecularly imprinted polymerDetection of NAD+, NADP+, NADH, and NADPH cofactorsSPR Monitoring of Biocatalytic Oxidation of Lactate with NAD+ Cofactor Using NADH-Imprinted PolymerSPR Detection of Low-Molecular-Weight Species Using Molecular Imprinting of Gold Nanoparticles MatrixAnalytical Approaches for Detection of Small MoleculesMolecular Imprinting in Polymer-Gold Nanoparticles Composite MatrixPeculiarities of SPR Detection of Explosives Using LSPR NanoantennaConclusionReferencesElectrochemical Surface Plasmon Resonance and Its Applications in Biosensing, Bioelectronics, and Material ScienceIntroductionFactor of Interfacial Electrical Potential for the SPR Sensor ResponseGeneral Theoretical BackgroundInfluence of Processes in Electrical Double Layer at the Surface of Sensitive Element on the SPR Sensor ResponseInfluence of Applied Electrical Potential on the ESPR Biosensor Response upon the Registration of Biomolecular ProcessesSPR Transduction of Redox Transformations in Thin Polymer FilmsInvestigation of Changes in Optical Properties of Gold Film-Redox Polymer System under the Influence of External Electrical PotentialSPR Registration of Structural Transformations in Polyaniline Films Initiated by the External Electric PotentialSwitchable Surface Properties through the Electrochemical or Biocatalytic Generation of Ag0 Nanoclusters on Monolayer-Functionalized ElectrodesControl of Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Properties of SurfacesInvestigation of Cyclically Switchable Surface PropertiesSPR Study of Cyclically Switchable Surface PropertiesSPR Investigation of Au Nanoparticles ChargingInterplay between Electrical and Plasmonic Properties of Au Nanoparticle-Biomolecule HybridsRegistration of Au Nanoparticles Charging as a Result of Interaction of Surface Plasmon and Localized Surface PlasmonEnzyme-Catalyzed Charging of Au NanoparticlesConclusionReferencesStudies of Conformational Changes in Molecular Systems Using Surface Plasmon ResonanceIntroductionConformational Dynamics of Poly(Acrylic Acid)- BSA Polycomplexes at Different pH ConditionsPolyelectrolyte-Protein Polycomplexes in Colloid and Biological SciencesConformational Dynamics of BSA-PAA Complexes in SPR StudyInvestigation of Human Olfactory Receptor 17-40 Interaction with Odorant Molecules by Means of Surface Plasmon ResonanceRegistration of Odorant Molecules by Artificially Created Sensitive Structures (Bioelectronic Nose)Investigation of the Interaction of Receptor OR 17-40 with Odorant Molecules Using SPR and Complementary MethodsComparative Sensitivity Analysis for Different Types of Biofilm ArchitectureCharacterization of Conformational Changes in Acrylamidophenylboronic Acid-Acrylamide Hydrogels upon Interaction with Glucose. Electrochemical ApproachConformational Changes in Polymers as a Useful Signal for Sensor DevelopmentElectrochemical Formation of Acrylamidophenylboronic Acid-Acrylamide Hydrogel and Its SPR Characterization upon Interaction with GlucoseElectrochemical and QCM Characterization of Acrylamidophenylboronic Acid-Acrylamide Hydrogel upon Interaction with GlucoseConclusionReferencesGold Nanoparticles Modification and Aggregation: Applications from Bio- and Chemosensing to Drug DevelopmentIntroductionOptical Response of LSPR Sensor Based on Surface Modification of Colloidal Gold NanoparticlesMechanisms of LSPR Sensor Response FormationMorphological and Spectral Properties of Colloidal Gold NanoparticlesExperimental Study of LSPR Response upon Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles Interaction with Different AnalytesOptical Response of LSPR Sensor Based on Aggregation of Colloidal Gold NanoparticlesGold Nanoparticles Aggregation as a Basis for Sensor DevelopmentExperimental Study of LSPR Response upon Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles Interaction with Different AnalytesTheoretical Study of LSPR Response upon Colloidal Gold Nanoparticles AggregationOptical Characterization of Physicochemical Interactions in Multicomponent Doxorubicin-BSA-Gold Nanoparticle SystemGold Nanoparticles as a Factor of Influence on Doxorubicin-BSA ComplexConcentration-Dependent Evolution of Light Absorbance in Doxorubicin-BSA GoldNanoparticle SystemConclusionReferencesMetamaterials with Reversible Optoelectronic and Physicochemical PropertiesIntroductionNanocomposite Polymer Matrix Containing Ag Nanoparticles with Dynamic Plasmonic PropertiesPreparation of Nanocomposite MatrixReversible pH-Induced Changes in Optical Properties of Nanocomposite Matrix: LSPR StudyReversible pH-Induced Changes in Optical Properties of Nanocomposite Matrix: SPR StudyTheoretical Study of Nanocomposite Polymer Matrix with Dynamic Plasmonic Properties by Means of FDTD SimulationsRedox Switching of Electrorefractive, Electrochromic, and Conductivity Functions of Cu2+/Polyacrylic Acid Films on the SPR Electrode SurfaceFunctional Polymers with Controlled Optoelectronic FunctionsInvestigation of Functional Properties of the Cu2+/PAA CompositeConclusionReferences
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