NewsA gold nanoparticle nearly cloaked by a single
molecule

9th September 2020by admin0
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A team of researchers from the Max Planck Institute
for the Science of Light and Friedrich-Alexander University
Erlangen has found a way to prove a theory suggesting the
possibility of cloaking a nanoparticle using a single molecule—by
nearly doing it with a gold nanoparticle and a dibenzoterrylene
molecule. In their paper published in the journal Physical Review
Letters, the group describes their experiments with coupled
nanoparticles and molecules, and what they learned from
them.

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