Publication

Spatially multiplexed dark-field microspectrophotometry for nanoplasmonics

Year2016
Authors   Jose Jaime Ruz Martinez
  Javier Tamayo
  Montserrat Calleja
  Mario Encinar
  Oscar Malvar Vidal
  Priscila Monteiro Kosaka
  Valerio Pini
Co-authorsV. Pini, P. M. Kosaka, J. J. Ruz, O. Malvar, M. Encinar, J. Tamayo, M. Calleja
JournalScientific Reports
Volume6
Pages22836
DOIhttp://www.nature.com/articles/srep22836#abstract
Research GroupsBionanomechanics

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