We present the integration of two ultra-sensitive technologies - ARROW waveguides and solid-state nanopore - in a planar electro-optofluidic platform. The functionality of the chip is demonstrated using concurrent electrical and optical detection of fluorescent nanospheres.
Modern methods of quantum chemistry have achieved significant successes. Nevertheless, modeling of certain classes of compounds remains problematic. The main complications are both high computational complexity of these methods and the lack of a unique way to determine the ground state with correct asymptotic properties for complex systems. One of the… (More)
We demonstrate the detection and discrimination of different sized nanobeads on an integrated optofluidic chip by dual-color fluorescence correlation spectroscopy. Singly and doubly labeled nanobeads can be further identified by cross correlation spectroscopy.