Nanophotonics: Integrating Photochemistry, Optics and Nano/Bio Materials Studies, 1
Proceedings of the International Nanophotonics Symposium Handai, July 24-26th 2003, Suita Campus of Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
- Hiroshi Masuhara, Department of Applied Physics, Osaka University Osaka, Japan
- Satoshi Kawata, Department of Applied Physics, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan
Nanophotonics: Integrating Photochemistry, Optics and Nano/Bio Materials Studies.
Is an interdisciplinary research text on the application of nanophotonic (physical/chemical) research and effects in devices for applications, bridging a gap between conventional pthotophysics/photochemistry and nanoscience.
Nanophotonics is a new wide research field related to photochemistry, photobiology, and photophysics in nanodimension. Under the keywords of "Photo" and "Nano", advanced scientific topics, such as spectroscopic analysis of from single molecules to nanomaterials, nanofabrication by photons, detection of single bio-molecules, near field optics, and so forth, are described here.
The book is written by experts in the field of photochemistry, optics, material science, bioscience, and so on for providing advanced knowledge of nanophotonics. Nanophotonics is a new research field that is not included in any conventional discipline but widely cover evolving and promising research subjects under the keywords of "Light" and "Nanoscale". Topics included in the book are concerned with photodynamics: from single molecules to nanoparticles, spectroscopy and imaging in nanodimensions, nanofabrication, synthesis, analysis and control of nano/bio systems and so on, the book is finalized by topics of toward molecular nanophotonics. This is written primarily for graduate students, researchers, and engineers.
Scientists, graduate students, engineers in academia (physics and chemistry labs) and industry (solar cells, optical device manufacturers). Also postgraduate students specialising in nanophotonics and researchers at the forefront of modern optics.
- Published: October 2004
- Imprint: ELSEVIER
- ISBN: 978-0-444-51765-4
Table of Contents
Part 1: PHOTODYNAMICS: FROM SINGLE MOLECULES TO NANOPARTICLES.
Chapter 1: Photophysical processes in multichromophoric systems at the ensemble and single molecule level (T. Vosch et al.).
Chapter 2: Single molecule spectroscopy of multichromophoric dendrimers at room and liquid helium temperatures (T. Christ et al.).
Chapter 3: Ultrafast diffuse reflectance and Rayleigh scattering spectroscopies and their applications to TiO2 and gold nanoparticles (H. Masuhara et al.).
Chapter 4: Electrical conductance of directly linked porphyrin arrays (K.-H. Yoo et al.).
Chapter 5: Two-photon isomerization and orientation of photochromic chromophores in polymeric thin films (H. Ishitobi et al.).
Chapter 6: Effect of size and light power on the fluorescence yield of rubrene nanocrystals (G. Laurent et al.).
Chapter 7: Time-resolved spectroscopy and microscopy on nanocrystalline TiO2 and ZnO films (A. Furube et al.).
Part 2: SPECTROSCOPY AND IMAGING IN NANODIMENSIONS.
Chapter 8: Near-field nano-Raman spectroscopy for molecular analysis and imaging (Y. Inouye et al.).
Chapter 9: Scattering probes: From 2-D to 3-D near field imaging (G. Moneron et al.).
Chapter 10: Polarization optimized focusing of light and coupling to sub-wavelength antennae(G. Leuchs, S. Quabis).
Chapter 11: Active and adaptive optics in confocal microscopy (T. Wilson).
Chapter 12: Identification of surface adsorbates by scanning tunneling microscope light emission spectra(Y. Uehara, S. Ushioda).
Part 3: FABRICATION AND PHOTONIC FUNCTION OF NANOMATERIALS.
Chapter 13: Organic and polymer nanocrystals: Their optical properties and function (H. Oikawa et al.).
Chapter 14: Preparation of phthalocyanine nanoparticles by laser ablation of its microcrystal dispersed in poor solvents (T. Asahi et al.).
Chapter 15: Novel fabrication techniques for nanostructures of functional organic molecules (H. Yoshikawa et al.).
Chapter 16: Thin epitaxial oxide films as model systems for electrocatalysts (M.J. Montenegro et al.).
Chapter 17: Laser micro-nanofabrication for functional photonic crystals (H.-B. Sun et al.).
Chapter 18: Femtosecond fabrication of photonic crystals inside a bulk polymer material (M.J. Ventura et al.).
Chapter 19: Polarization characteristics of metallic photonic crystals in terahertz region (F. Miyamaru, M. Hangyo).
Chapter 20: Giant optical transmission of nanometer-scale apertures (T. Thio).
Part 4: CHARACTERIZATION AND CONTROL OF NANO/BIO SYSTEMS.
Chapter 21: Single molecule nano-bioscience (T. Yanagida, Y. Ishii).
Chapter 22: Pico-newton force-measurement of biomolecular interaction using laser trapping (T. Ota et al.).
Chapter 23: Spectral microscopy of live luminescent samples (C. Saloma et al.).
Chapter 24: Nonlinear optical imaging and stimulation of living cells (K. Fujita et al.).
Chapter 25: Parallel translation of DNA clusters by vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) array trapping (F. Sumiyama et al.).
Chapter 26: Assembling nano/bio materials by utilizing focused laser beams (S. Ito et al.).
Chapter 27: Fabrication, physics, and chemistry toward organic nanophotonics (S.-J. Park et al.).
Chapter 28: Photonics of supramolecular nanosize structures (M.V. Alfimov).