Interferometric Nanoparticle Detection

Sarah Kurmulis
Nanoparticles, particles with sizes between 1 and 100 nm are omnipresent in several fields ranging from high technology industries to health care and consumer goods. Biological nanoparticles include viruses, exosomes and proteins. In many applications such as health care, it is essential to detect the presence of certain nanoparticles. Moreover, it is often of high importance to measure their sizes and concentrations. Since these particles are smaller than the wavelength of light, their label-free detection...
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