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By Sergei Vasil'evich Gaponenko, Valerij S Gurin, Victor E Borisenko

This finished quantity provides invited reports and brief notes with interesting new effects bought in fabrication research and alertness of nanostructures, which promise a brand new new release of digital and optoelectronic units. The speedy development in nanoelectronics and optoelectronics, molecular electronics and spintronics, nanotechnology and quantum processing of data are coated.

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36 37 spectrum if noble metals (Cu, Ag, Au) are used. The resonance condition depends on intrinsic parameters like the metal, the shape and the size of nanoparticles, but is also decisively influenced by the refractive index of the surrounding medium. The resonance can be accurately calculated using Mie theory and the bulk dielectric constant of gold. In the following we will concentrate on gold nanoparticles in aqueous solution that show a resonance at 530 nm. The nanoparticle plasmon is the physical reason for a pronounced resonance in the absorption spectrum as well as a resonance in the scattering spectrum of metal nanoparticles.

De Metal nanoparticles interact strongly with their immediate nanoenvironment. Nanoparticles absorb energy from surface bound fluorescent molecules but also change their radiative rate. Hence, fluorophore/gold-nanoparticle composite systems are promising resonant energy transfer pairs. Furthermore, a change in the refractive index of the surrounding shifts the scattering spectrum of the nanoparticles. This can be used in a single gold nanoparticle biosensor, which is sensitive to approx. 100 protein molecules.

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