Hongshang Peng

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La2O2S:Eu3+ nanocrystals (NCs) with a mean size of 18 nm are prepared by gel thermolysis. The morphology of the particles is hexagonal. The surface Eu3+ ions are first detected by time-resolved spectra in the 5D0 --> 7F1 region. Because the symmetry of the sites occupied by surface Eu3+ ions is lower, the 5D0 --> 7F1(E) line, which is doubly degenerate in(More)
Nanoparticles consisting of a derivative of the blue-emitting conjugated polymer polyfluorene doped with green-, yellow-, and red-emitting conjugated polymers were prepared by a reprecipitation method. The nanoparticles can be described as a system of densely packed chromophores that exhibit efficient energy transfer from the host to the dopant polymers.(More)
[*] Prof. O. S. Wolfbeis, Dr. H. Peng, Dr. M. I. J. Stich, Dr. J. B. Yu, Dr. L. Sun, L. H. Fischer Institute of Analytical Chemistry, Chemoand Biosensors University of Regensburg D-93040 Regensburg (Germany) E-mail: otto.wolfbeis@chemie.uni-r.de Dr. H. S. Peng Key Laboratory of Luminescence and Optical Information Ministry of Education, Institute of(More)
The pH sensor exploits the phenomenon of upconversion luminescence and is based on a hydrogel matrix containing (a) nanorods of the NaYF(4):Er,Yb type that can be excited with 980-nm laser light to give a green and red (dual) emission, and (b) a longwave absorbing pH probe that causes a pH-dependent inner filter effect.
A new type of organic visible-blind UV-PDs is demonstrated by utilizing phosphorescent material Ir(III)bis[(4,6-difluorophenyl)-pyridinato-N, C(2)'] picolinate (FIrpic) as the electron donor and [6,6]-phenyl-C-61-butyricacidmethylester (PCBM) as the electron accepter, respectively. The peak responsivity of the organic UV-PDs is as high as 140 mA/W,(More)
This article reviews recent developments in microfluidic systems enabling high-throughput characterization of single-cell proteins. Four key perspectives of microfluidic platforms are included in this review: (1) microfluidic fluorescent flow cytometry; (2) droplet based microfluidic flow cytometry; (3) large-array micro wells (microengraving); and (4)(More)
Aqueous suspensions of highly luminescent Eu3+ chelate nanoparticles are prepared by a novel reprecipitation-encapsulation method. An alkyl alkoxysilane encapsulation agent is included during the nanoparticle formation process, forming a nanoparticle encapsulation layer that inhibits aggregation as evidenced by UV-vis spectroscopy and atomic force(More)
Nanoengineering of anticancer therapeutic drugs including photosensitizers is highly desired and extremely required for improved therapeutic efficacy. It remains a formidable challenge to achieve nanostructured colloidal particles directly starting from hydrophobic drugs due to their hydrophobic nature and ready aggregation in aqueous ambient. In this work,(More)
In this paper, we report a series of fluorescent biocompatible nanoparticles (NPs), prepared by a facile reprecipitation-encapsulation method, for cellular labeling. The as-prepared NPs exhibit a narrow size distribution of 70-110 nm, and a core-shell structure comprised of a hybrid core doped with different dyes and a poly-L-lysine (PLL) shell. With(More)
Eu-tris(dinaphthoylmethane)-bis-(trioctylphosphine oxide) (Eu-DT) molecules encapsulated by Polystyrene and bis(trimethoxysilyl)decane nanoparticles were prepared via a modified encapsulation-reprecipitation method and show a high sensitivity to sense temperature. After surface modification with poly-L-lysine, the fluorescent nanoparticles obtained a well(More)