NewsPlasmon-coupled gold nanoparticles useful for thermal
history sensing

26th March 2021by admin0
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Researchers have demonstrated that stretching
shape-memory polymers embedded with clusters of gold nanoparticles
alters their plasmon-coupling, giving rise to desirable optical
properties. One potential application for the material is a sensor
that relies on optical properties to track an object or
environment’s thermal history.

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