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A reducing and oxidizing system minimizes photobleaching and blinking of fluorescent dyes.
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Proton Structure from the Measurement of 2S-2P Transition Frequencies of Muonic Hydrogen
Proton Still Too Small Despite a proton's tiny size, it is possible to measure its radius based on its charge or magnetization distributions. Traditional measurements of proton radius were based onExpand
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Carrier-envelope phase effects on the strong-field photoemission of electrons from metallic nanostructures
The carrier-envelope phase of laser fields at metal tips can affect the generation and motion of strong-field emitted electrons. Observed variations in the width of plateau-like photoelectron spectraExpand
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Controlling the fluorescence of ordinary oxazine dyes for single-molecule switching and superresolution microscopy
Fluorescent molecular switches have widespread potential for use as sensors, material applications in electro-optical data storages and displays, and superresolution fluorescence microscopy. WeExpand
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Self-assembly of highly ordered conjugated polymer aggregates with long-range energy transfer.
Applications of conjugated polymers (CP) in organic electronic devices such as light-emitting diodes and solar cells depend critically on the nature of electronic energy transport in these materials.Expand
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Resolving single-molecule assembled patterns with superresolution blink-microscopy.
In this paper we experimentally combine a recently developed AFM-based molecule-by-molecule assembly (single-molecule cut-and-paste, SMCP) with subdiffraction resolution fluorescence imaging. UsingExpand
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Singlet-triplet annihilation limits exciton yield in poly(3-hexylthiophene).
Control of chain length and morphology in combination with single-molecule spectroscopy techniques provides a comprehensive photophysical picture of excited-state losses in the prototypicalExpand
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Correlated movement and bending of nucleic acid structures visualized by multicolor single-molecule spectroscopy.
At the end of the rainbow.... The structure and dynamics of three- and four- way DNA junctions are studied using triple alternating laser excitation. Steroid binding distorts the structure ofExpand
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Intrinsically resolution enhancing probes for confocal microscopy.
In recent years different implementations of superresolution microscopy based on targeted switching (STED, GSD, and SSIM) have been demonstrated. The key elements to break the diffraction barrier areExpand
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