PyLoN IRResearch Stories

Making Effective Light Absorbers From 2D Materials

By using photoluminescence spectroscopy, absorption spectroscopy and transient pump-probe absorption spectroscopy, researchers from China were able to characterize 2D van-der-Waals heterostructures from transition metal dichalcogenides. They were able to investigate the charge transfer within the fabricated structure, making these materials suitable for highly efficient devices…Find out more

Haiming Zhu
The Journal of Chemical Physics

NIR detection of single-walled carbon nanotubes for in vivo studies

Collaborating researchers from the University of Florida, University of Texas and Duke University demonstrated how NIR fluorescence was an effective method for measuring pulmonary retention of single-walled carbon nanotubes within a murine model…Find out more

Tara Sabo-Attwood

Tomographic Measurements of Plasmas Using a Huge Number of Spectral Channels

Researchers from UC Berkely are looking at carbon nanotubes to understand biomechanics on the nanoscale. The nanotubes are tuned to emit in the SWIR/NIR-II range due to low background fluorescence and high spatial accuracy…Find out more

Markita Landry