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  1. Label-free impedance detection of cancer cells from whole blood on an integrated centrifugal microfluidic platform
  2. Spin Transition in Arrays of Gold Nanoparticles and Spin Crossover Molecules
  3. A Cholesterol Biosensor Based on the NIR Electrogenerated-Chemiluminescence (ECL) of Water-Soluble CdSeTe/ZnS Quantum Dots
  4. The lateral diffusion and fibrinogen induced clustering of platelet integrin αIIbβ3 reconstituted into physiologically mimetic GUVs
  5. Aqueous-filled polymer microcavity arrays: versatile & stable lipid bilayer platforms offering high lateral mobility to incorporated membrane proteins
  6. Osmium(ii) polypyridyl polyarginine conjugate as a probe for live cell imaging; a comparison of uptake, localization and cytotoxicity with its ruthenium(ii) analogue
  7. Solvent switchable dual emission from a bichromophoric ruthenium–BODIPY complex
  8. Graphene oxide intercalation into self-assembled porphyrin J-aggregates
  9. High efficiency electrochemiluminescence from polyaniline:ruthenium metal complex films
  10. Peptide-Bridged Dinuclear Ru(II) Complex for Mitochondrial Targeted Monitoring of Dynamic Changes to Oxygen Concentration and ROS Generation in Live Mammalian Cells
  11. The influence of molecular mobility on the properties of networks of gold nanoparticles and organic ligands
  12. Optical properties of porphyrin: graphene oxide composites
  13. Electrodeposited gold–copper core–shell nanowires for high sensitivity DNA detection
  14. Fluorescence correlation and lifetime correlation spectroscopy applied to the study of supported lipid bilayer models of the cell membrane
  15. Investigation of the inhibitory effects of TiO2 on the β-amyloid peptide aggregation
  16. RGD Labeled Ru(II) Polypyridyl Conjugates for Platelet Integrin α IIb β 3 Recognition and as Reporters of Integrin Conformation
  17. Formation of ferroelectrically defined Ag nanoarray patterns
  18. Dual function metal nanoparticles: Electrocatalysis and DNA capture
  19. Electron Transfer to Covalently Immobilized Keggin Polyoxotungstates on Gold
  20. Fractal structures in n-phenyl-porphyrin J-aggregate films
  21. The application of water soluble, mega‐Stokes‐shifted BODIPY fluorophores to cell and tissue imaging
  22. Micro- or nanorod and nanosphere structures derived from a series of phenyl-porphyrins
  23. Ligand capture and activation of human platelets at monolayer modified gold surfaces
  24. Vapour phase polymerised polyaniline–gold nanoparticle composites for DNA detection
  25. Polypyrrole–gold nanoparticle composites for highly sensitive DNA detection
  26. Visible light sensitized photocurrent generation from electrostatically assembled thin films of [Ru(bpy)3]2+ and the polyoxometalate γ*-[W18O54(SO4)2]4−: Optimizing performance in a low electrolyte medium
  27. Publisher's Note: “Surface enhanced luminescence and Raman scattering from ferroelectrically defined Ag nanopatterned arrays” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 103, 083105 (2013)]
  28. Naphthyridyl-Substituted 4,4-Difluoro-4-bora-3a,4a-diaza-s-indacene (BODIPY) Luminophores: Photophysics and Application as Molecular Imaging Probes in Live Cells
  29. Inside Cover: Naphthyridyl-Substituted 4,4-Difluoro-4-bora-3a,4a-diaza-s-indacene (BODIPY) Luminophores: Photophysics and Application as Molecular Imaging Probes in Live Cells (Asian J. Org. Chem. 9/2013)
  30. Surface enhanced luminescence and Raman scattering from ferroelectrically defined Ag nanopatterned arrays
  31. Tuning the electrochemiluminescence potential from immobilised BODIPY by co-reactant selection
  32. Ultrafast Electrochemical TechniquesUpdate based on the original article by Robert J. Forster,Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, © 2000, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
  33. DNA sensor based on vapour polymerised pedot films functionalised with gold nanoparticles
  34. Label-Free Impedance Detection of Cancer Cells
  35. The photocatalytic inactivation effect of Ag–TiO2 on β-amyloid peptide (1–42)
  36. Cell uptake and cytotoxicity of a novel cyclometalated iridium(III) complex and its octaarginine peptide conjugate
  37. Insights into electrochemiluminescent enhancement through electrode surface modification
  38. Peptide directed transmembrane transport and nuclear localization of Ru(ii) polypyridyl complexes in mammalian cells
  39. DNA mediated immobilisation of electrocatalytic platinum nanoparticles in gold nanocavity arrays
  40. Detection of sub-femtomolar DNA based on double potential electrodeposition of electrocatalytic platinum nanoparticles
  41. Electrochemiluminescent Biosensors: Neuroscience Applications
  42. Electrochemically Induced Release of a Luminescent Probe from a Rhenium-Containing Metallopolymer
  43. Temperature dependence of a1 and b2 type modes in the surface enhanced Raman from 4-Aminobenzenethiol
  44. Cover Picture: Electrochemically Induced Release of a Luminescent Probe from a Rhenium-Containing Metallopolymer (ChemPlusChem 1/2013)
  45. Cooperative Spin Transition in a Mononuclear Manganese(III) Complex
  46. Cooperative Spin Transition in a Mononuclear Manganese(III) Complex
  47. Electrochemically Induced Release of a Luminescent Probe from a Rhenium-Containing Metallopolymer
  48. Template Assembly of Spin Crossover One-Dimensional Nanowires
  49. Template Assembly of Spin Crossover One-Dimensional Nanowires
  50. ChemInform Abstract: Physical Characterization and Reactivity of the Uranyl Peroxide [UO2(η2-O2) (H2O)2]·2H2O: Implications for Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuels.
  51. Ruthenium Metallopolymer: Dawson Polyoxomolybdate α-[Mo 18 O 54 (SO 4 ) 2 ] 4– Adduct Films: Sensitization for Visible Photoelectrocatalysis
  52. Physical Characterization and Reactivity of the Uranyl Peroxide [UO 2 (η 2 -O 2 )(H 2 O) 2 ]·2H 2 O: Implications for Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuels
  53. High Sensitivity DNA Detection Based on Regioselectively Decorated Electrocatalytic Nanoparticles
  54. Electrochemiluminescence properties of a carboxy functionalised BODIPY
  55. Highly sensitive detection of NADH using electrochemiluminescent nanocomposites
  56. Membrane permeable luminescent metal complexes for cellular imaging
  57. Reflectance properties of gold nano-cavity spherical and cuboid molded arrays
  58. Effect of Cavity Architecture on the Surface-Enhanced Emission from Site-Selective Nanostructured Cavity Arrays
  59. Regio selective functionalisation of gold nanoparticles with DNA
  60. Enhanced photocurrent production from thin films of Ru(ii) metallopolymer/Dawson polyoxotungstate adducts under visible irradiation
  61. Near IR emitting BODIPY fluorophores with mega-stokes shifts
  62. Self assembled composites of luminescent Ru(ii) metallopolymers and the Dawson polyoxometalate α-[Mo18O54(SO4)2]4−
  63. Poly-ethylene glycol induced super-diffusivity in lipid bilayer membranes
  64. Highly luminescent Ru(ii) metallopolymers: photonic and redox properties in solution and as thin films
  65. High sensitivity carbon nanotube based electrochemiluminescence sensor array
  66. Electrochemical properties of ruthenium metallopolymer: Monolayer-protected gold cluster nanocomposites
  67. Probing the Metal-to-Ligand Charge Transfer First Excited State in (η 6 -Naphthalene)Cr(CO) 3 and (η 6 -Phenanthrene)Cr(CO) 3 by Resonance Raman Spectroscopy and Density Functional Theory Calculations
  68. Photocurrent generation from thin films of ruthenium metallopolymer: polyoxometalate adducts using visible excitation
  69. Detecting Disease Biomarkers Using Nanocavities and Nanoparticle Composites
  70. Site selective surface enhanced Raman on nanostructured cavities
  71. Adsorption and photocatalytic degradation of human serum albumin on TiO2 and Ag–TiO2 films
  72. Silica nanoparticles containing a rhodamine dye and multiple gold nanorods
  73. Potential modulated electrochemiluminescence of ruthenium containing metallopolymer films
  74. Electrochemiluminescent Metallopolymer−Nanoparticle Composites: Nanoparticle Size Effects
  75. Mechanism and release rates of surface confined cyclodextrin guests
  76. Lipid bilayer assembly at a gold nanocavity array
  77. Fabrication of gold sphere to cuboid nanoarrays using PDMS templates
  78. Ground and excited state communication within a ruthenium containing benzimidazole metallopolymer
  79. Regio-selective decoration of nanocavity metal arrays: contributions from localized and delocalized plasmons to surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy
  80. Electronic and photophysical properties of adducts of [Ru(bpy)3]2+ and Dawson-type sulfite polyoxomolybdates α/β-[Mo18O54(SO3)2]4−
  81. High sensitivity DNA detection using gold nanoparticle functionalised polyaniline nanofibres
  82. Electrochemiluminescence (ECL) sensing properties of water soluble core-shell CdSe/ZnS quantum dots/Nafion composite films
  83. Surface enhanced resonance Raman and luminescence on plasmon active nanostructured cavities
  84. Formation and Growth of Oxide Layers at Platinum and Gold Nano- and Microelectrodes
  85. Time resolved spectroscopy of inorganic complexes
  86. Host−Guest Directed Assembly of Gold Nanoparticle Arrays
  87. Electrochemical Desorption of Fibrinogen from Gold
  88. Multimodal cell imaging by ruthenium polypyridyl labelled cell penetrating peptides
  89. Protein nanopatterning and release from gold nano-cavity arrays
  90. Single nanocavity electrodes: fabrication, electrochemical and photonic properties
  91. Electrochemiluminescence and Charge Transport Properties of Metallopolymer-Gold Nanocomposites
  92. Monitoring Biomimetic Lipid Membrane Compositions And Structural Changes In Bound Protein On Biocompatible Gold Nanoparticles Surfaces By Vibrational Spectroscopy
  93. Enhanced Electrochemiluminescence and Charge Transport Through Films of Metallopolymer-Gold Nanoparticle Composites
  94. Electrogenerated Chemiluminescence
  95. Expanding the Coordination Cage: A Ruthenium(II)−Polypyridine Complex Exhibiting High Quantum Yields under Ambient Conditions
  96. Ligand Switching in Cell-Permeable Peptides: Manipulation of the α-Integrin Signature Motif
  97. pH Dependent photophysics and role of medium on photoinduced electron transfer between ruthenium polypyridyl complex and anthraquinone
  98. Emission enhancement within gold spherical nanocavity arrays
  99. Interfacial supramolecular cyclodextrin-fullerene assemblies: host reorientation and guest stabilization
  100. Near infrared Emitting Electrochemiluminescent Ruthenium Polymer
  101. The impact of adsorption of bovine pancreatic trypsin inhibitor on CTAB-protected gold nanoparticle arrays: a Raman spectroscopic comparison with solution denaturation
  102. Ruthenium Aminophenanthroline Metallopolymer Films Electropolymerized from an Ionic Liquid: Deposition and Electrochemical and Photonic Properties
  103. Redox induced switching dynamics of a three colour electrochromic metallopolymer film
  104. Mercury−Platinum Tunneling Junctions Incorporating Supramolecular Host−Guest Assemblies
  105. Electrochemiluminescent metallopolymers: Tuning the emission wavelength by energy transfer between two bound centres
  106. pH-Modulated photoinduced electron transfer in a {[ruthenium-adamantyl]·[β-cyclodextrin-methylviologen]} inclusion complex
  107. Intramolecular photoinduced electron transfer in a ruthenium polypyridyl functionalised β-cyclodextrin capped with a hydroxo bridged Cu(II) dimer
  108. Three colour electrochromic metallopolymer based on a ruthenium phenolate complex bound to poly(4-vinyl)pyridine
  109. Influence of Steric Confinement within Zeolite Y on Photoinduced Energy Transfer between [Ru(bpy) 3 ] 2+ and Iron Polypyridyl Complexes
  110. Ruthenium polypyridyl peptide conjugates: membrane permeable probes for cellular imaging
  111. Chemically bound gold nanoparticle arrays on silicon: assembly, properties and SERS study of protein interactions
  112. Surface confinement and its effects on the luminescence quenching of a ruthenium-containing metallopolymer
  113. pH effects on the rate of heterogeneous electron transfer across a fluorine doped tin oxide/monolayer interface
  114. Surface-Immobilized Pyridine-Functionalized γ-Cyclodextrin:  Alkanethiol Co-adsorption-Induced Reorientation
  115. S-Nitrosylation of Platelet α IIb β 3 As Revealed by Raman Spectroscopy †
  116. Noninvasive noble metal nanoparticle arrays for surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy of proteins
  117. The photophysics of a luminescent ruthenium polypyridyl complex with pendant β-cylodextrin; pH modulation of lifetime and photoinduced electron transfer
  118. Ultramicroelectrodes
  120. Spectroelectrochemistry
  121. Photonic and Electrochemical Properties of Adsorbed [Ru(dpp) 2 (Qbpy)] 2+ Luminophores †
  122. Electrochemiluminescent monolayers on metal oxide electrodes: Detection of amino acids
  123. Effect of Surface Immobilization on the Electrochemiluminescence of Ruthenium-Containing Metallopolymers
  124. Electronic coupling and photochemical stability of O,N bound mononuclear Ru(II) and Os(II) – Hydroquinone complexes
  125. Fullerene bridged metallocyclodextrin donor–acceptor complexes: optical spectroscopy and photophysics
  126. Sensitization of photo-reduction of the polyoxometalate anions [S2M18O62]4? (M = Mo, W) in the visible spectral region by the [Ru(bpy)3]2+ cation
  127. Luminescence properties of metallopolymer-gold nanoparticle composites
  128. New insights into the molecular mechanisms of thrombosis from high resolution surface enhanced Raman microscopy
  129. The isolation and secondary functionalisation of the mer- and fac-isomers of tris(5-hydroxymethyl-2,2′-bipyridine) complexes of ruthenium (II)
  130. Photophysics of ruthenium polypyridyl complexes formed with lacunary polyoxotungstates with iron addenda
  131. Photophysics of Ion Clusters Formed between [Ru(bpy) 3 ] 2+ and the Polyoxotungstate Anion [S 2 W 18 O 62 ] 4-
  132. Modulation of Heterogeneous Electron-Transfer Dynamics Across the Electrode/Monolayer Interface
  133. Synthesis and characterisation of ruthenium complexes containing a pendent catechol ring
  134. Electronic and photophysical properties of a novel phenol bound dinuclear ruthenium complex: evidence for a luminescent mixed valence stateElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: Resonance Raman and ES MS spectra. See
  135. Impact of ion solvation on charge transport through [Os(bpy)2 (H2tzt) Cl]+ in the solid state
  136. Solvent effects on charge transport through solid deposits of [Os(4,4′-diphenyl-2,2′-dipyridyl)2Cl2]
  137. Electronic properties of Ru(ii) complexes bound to a bisphenolate bridge with low lying π* orbitals
  138. Photophysical and Novel Charge-Transfer Properties of Adducts between [Ru II (bpy) 3 ] 2+ and [S 2 Mo 18 O 62 ] 4-
  139. Interfacial Supramolecular Assemblies By Johannes G. Vos, Robert J. Forster (Dublin University), and Tia E. Keyes (Dublin Institute of Technology). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.:  Chichester. 2003. xi + 317 pp. $195.00. ISBN 0-471-49071-7.
  140. Interfacial Supramolecular Assemblies
  141. Redox switching in solid deposits:
  142. Charge Transport Dynamics and Redox Induced Structural Changes within Solid Deposits of a Ruthenium Dimer
  143. Redox and Spectroscopic Orbitals in Ru(II) and Os(II) Phenolate Complexes
  144. Tetrazine Bridged Osmium Dimers:  Electrochemical vs Photoinduced Electron Transfer †
  145. Protonation Effects on Superexchange across Gold/Osmium Bis(bipyridyl) Tetrazine Chloride Monolayer Interfaces
  146. Electron Self-Exchange in the Solid-State: Cocrystals of Hydroquinone and Bipyridyl Triazole
  147. Photochemically Induced Isomerisation of Ruthenium Polypyridyl Complexes
  148. Preparation of a novel β-CD–dimanganese complex with covalently bound photosensitizer
  149. Solid deposits of osmium bis-bipyridyl triazole chloride: Redox properties and electrocrystallisation
  150. ChemInform Abstract: Excited-State Properties of Ruthenium(II) Polypyridyl Complexes Containing Asymmetric Triazole Ligands
  151. Impact of Hydrogen Bonding on the Redox Properties of 1-Amino-2-sulfonic-4-hydroxyanthraquinone Monolayers
  152. Effect of Electrode Density of States on the Heterogeneous Electron-Transfer Dynamics of Osmium-Containing Monolayers
  153. Ion‐Selective Electrodes in Environmental Analysis
  154. Protonation Effects on the Structure and Homogeneous Charge Transport Dynamics of Solid State Osmium Bis(bipyridyl)tetrazine Chloride Films
  155. Non-Luminescent 1,2-Diiminetricarbonylrhenium(I) Chloride Complexes – Synthesis, Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Properties of Re(DIAN)(CO)3Cl with DIAN =p-Substituted Bis(arylimino)acenaphthene
  156. Non-Luminescent 1,2-Diiminetricarbonylrhenium(I) Chloride Complexes – Synthesis, Electrochemical and Spectroscopic Properties of Re(DIAN)(CO)3Cl with DIAN = p-Substituted Bis(arylimino)acenaphthene
  157. Unusually Fast Electron and Anion Transport Processes Observed in the Oxidation of “Electrochemically Open” Microcrystalline [{M(bipy) 2 }{M‘(bipy) 2 }(μ-L)](PF 6 ) 2 Complexes (M, M‘ = Ru, Os; bipy = 2,2‘-Bipyridyl; L = 1,4-Dihydroxy-2,5-bis(pyrazol-...
  158. Synthesis, Spectroscopy and Photophysical Properties of Ruthenium Triazole Complexes and Their Application as Dye-Molecules in Regenerative Solar Cells
  159. Isotope and Temperature Dependence of Dual Emission in a Mononuclear Ruthenium(II) Polypyridyl Compound
  160. Transient Resonance Raman Studies of Ru(II) Complexes in DNA and in Homogeneous Media
  161. Redox Properties of Ground and Electronically Excited States:  [Ru(bpy) 2 Qbpy] 2+ Monolayers
  162. Photoinduced Charge Separation through a Negatively Charged Bridge
  163. Modulation of Electronic Coupling across Dioxolene-Bridged Osmium and Ruthenium Dinuclear Complexes
  164. Automated collection of coursework using the Web
  165. Resonance Raman and Spectroelectrochemical Investigation of the Location of the Lowest Excited State in Mono- and Dinuclear Ruthenium(II) Complexes Containing Pyrazine Moieties
  166. Hole superexchange across a triazole bridged osmium monolayer/electrode interface†
  167. Evidence for the presence of dual emission in a ruthenium(II) polypyridyl mixed ligand complex
  168. Automated collection of coursework using the Web
  169. Electronic properties of hydroquinone-containing ruthenium complexes in different oxidation states
  170. Tuning of the photostability of bis(2,2′-biquinoline)ruthenium(II) complexes containing pyridyltriazole ligands by variation of pH
  171. Primary Charge Separation and Energy Transfer in the Photosystem I Reaction Center of Higher Plants
  172. A Tetranuclear Ruthenium(II) Complex Containing both Electron-Rich and Electron-Poor Bridging Ligands. Absorption Spectrum, Luminescence, Redox Behavior, and Intercomponent Energy Transfer
  173. Application of deuteriation to determine the location of the emitting state in mixed-ligand RuIIpolypyridyl complexes
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