Handbook of Enhanced Spectroscopy
“The book combines basic theory, application methods, and new results on modern sensing by means of optical spectroscopy. Its various chapters are written by experts and will introduce the broad field to the graduate students with special interest in biosensing.”Prof. Annemarie Pucci, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany
- Format: Hardcover
- ISBN: 9789814613323
- Subject: Nanobiotechnology
- Published: October 2015
- Pages: 544
Techniques such as Raman, infrared, fluorescence, and even nonlinear spectroscopies have recently grown in resolution and possibilities thanks to the use of nanostructured surfaces. The excitation of localized surface plasmon and the use of specific shapes of nanostructures have made it possible to gain an incredible sensitivity in these spectroscopic techniques.
This book provides the reader with a detailed overview of enhanced spectroscopies. Following an introduction to plasmon and electromagnetic effects arising in metallic nanostructures, it reviews the spectroscopic techniques enhanced by the presence of either a nanostructure or a tip. The text covers each technique theoretically followed by the description of the experimental procedures and some applications.
About the Editors:
Marc Lamy de la Chapelle is professor at Université Paris 13, France, in the Laboratory of Chemistry, Properties and Structure of Biomaterials and Therapeutics Agents (UMR 7244). He received his PhD in science physics in 1998 from the University of Nantes, France, on the study of carbon nanotubes by Raman spectroscopy. His research activities are focused on nanooptics and Raman spectroscopy. His research subject is the application of surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) and tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS) to biological issues, especially to disease diagnosis. He is head of the Spectroscopies of Biomolecules and Biological Media research team and director of the CNRS national research network on Molecular Plasmonics and Enhanced Spectroscopies.
Nathalie Lidgi-Guigui is associate professor at Université Paris 13 in the Laboratory of Chemistry, Properties and Structure of Biomaterials and Therapeutics Agents (UMR 7244). She received her PhD in material sciences in 2005 from the Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS-Thales, France, on the study of the electronic transport through an assembly of nanoparticles embedded in a tunnel barrier. During her postdoc at the University of Birmingham, UK, and the University of Evry, France, she used atomic force microscopy to study the coupling between biomolecular assemblies and nanoparticles. She joined Prof. Lamy de la Chapelle’s group in 2011. Her main research topics are dealing with surface structuration using innovative lithography techniques, molecular plasmonics, and the application of SERS to biosensing.
Pietro G. Gucciardi is senior researcher and coordinator of the Spectroscopy, Imaging and Trapping group at the Istituto per i Processi Chimico Fisici, Italy. He has extensive experience in near-field optical microscopy and plasmon-enhanced spectroscopies. He has employed polarization-sensitive techniques to understand the re-radiation enhancement in SERS and depolarization phenomena in TERS. His research includes the combination of optical tweezers with Raman/SERS spectroscopy for the analysis of individual nanostructures and the development of advanced nanobiosensors.
Plasmonic Imaging Systems and Dedicated Functionalized Biochips for Biosensing
Julien Moreau, Jean-Pierre Cloarec, Paul G. Charette, Gregory Barbillon, and Michael Canva
Modeling of Enhanced Electromagnetic Fields in Plasmonic Nanostructures
Maria Antonia Iati, Elefterios Lidorikis, and Rosalba Saija
Design and Fabrication of Nanostructures for Plasmon-Enhanced Spectroscopies
Remo Proietti Zaccaria, Simone Panaro, Andrea Toma, Manohar Chirumamilla, Andrea Giugni, Gobind Das, Roman Krahne, and Enzo Di Fabrizio
Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering: Fundamentals and Biosensing Applications
Cosmin Farcau and Simion Astilean
Polarized Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering
Barbara Fazio, Antonino Foti, Cristiano D’Andrea, Elena Messina, Alessia Irrera, Onofrio Maria Marago, and Pietro Giuseppe Gucciardi
Synthesis of SERS-Active Substrates by Pulsed Laser Ablation
Sebastiano Trusso, Enza Fazio, Fortunato Neri, and Paolo Maria Ossi
Surface-Enhanced Multipurpose Nanosensing with Microneedle-Shaped Fiber Optics
Andrea Lucotti, Michele Casella, and Matteo Tommasini
Isotope-Dilution Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: Metrologically Traceable Reference Measurements at the Highest Precision Level and Their Application in Clinical Chemistry
Bernd G¨uttler, Sabine Zakel, Stefan Wundrack, and Rainer Stosch
Application of SERS to Chemicals Sensing
Inga Tijunelyte, Nathalie Lidgi-Guigui, and Emmanuel Rinnert
Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: Principle and Instrumentation
Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy: Applications to Carbon Nanomaterials
Nina Mauser and Achim Hartschuh
20 nm–Resolved Stress Profile in SiGe Nano-Stripes Obtained by Tip-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy
Marc Chaigneau, Giovanni Maria Vanacore, Monica Bollani, Gennaro Picardi, Alberto Tagliaferri, and Razvigor Ossikovski
Surface-Enhanced Infrared Spectroscopy
Michele Ortolani and Odeta Limaj
Enhanced Spectroscopies Based on Nonmetallic Nanoparticles
“The book combines basic theory, application methods, and new results on modern sensing by means of optical spectroscopy. Its various chapters are written by experts and will introduce the broad field to the graduate students with special interest in biosensing.”~Prof. Annemarie Pucci, Ruprecht-Karls University of Heidelberg, Germany
“Plasmonic nanomaterials have paved the way for an exciting field of nanoscience: surface-enhanced spectroscopies. This book concentrates on the various important topics related to the design of nanostructures for plamon-enhanced spectroscopies, modeling of enhanced electromagnetic fields and surface-enhanced Raman and infrared spectroscopies, including fundamental aspects and applications.”~Prof. M. Nordin Felidj, Université Paris-Diderot, France