Super Resolution in Infrared!
Photoswitchable nanotubes work well as optical molecular switches and storage elements.
Within an international team of nanoscientists, the research group of Professor Stephanie Reich has investigated functionalized, single-walled carbon nanotubes.
News from Sep 30, 2019
The photo-switching molecules that are covalently attached to the nanotubes allow the diffraction limit of conventional microscopy to be undercut, thus increasing the resolution in the imaging of these nanoobjects.
The research results were published in the journal "Science Advances" on September 27, 2019.
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