Valeriy S. Gerasimov

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We present an experimental spectroscopic study of large random colloidal aggregates of silver nanoparticles undergoing local restructuring. We argue that such well-known phenomena as strong fluctuation of local electromagnetic fields, appearance of "hot spots" and enhancement of nonlinear optical responses depend on the local structure on the scales of(More)
We have shown within quasistatic approximation that the giant fluctuations of a local electromagnetic field in random fractal aggregates of silver nanospheres are strongly correlated with a local anisotropy factor S which is defined in this paper. The latter is a purely geometrical parameter which characterizes the deviation of local environment of a given(More)
Significant suppression of resonant properties of single gold nanoparticles at the surface plasmon frequency during heating and subsequent transition to the liquid state has been demonstrated experimentally and explained for the first time. The results for plasmonic absorption of the nanoparticles have been analyzed by means of Mie theory using experimental(More)
The results of methodical work, carried out on the sources of synchrotron radiation (SR) with the aim of using SR as a powerful source of X-rays for studying biopolymer structure, are presented. The questions of monochromatization are considered. The technique designed for photoregistration of diffraction patterns within the wide range of scattering angles(More)
The structure of both native mucins and subunits obtained by thiol reduction was studied by small-angle X-ray diffraction. X-ray pattern from the subunits significantly differs from that of the native mucins in the number, spacings and width of the reflections observed. Decrease in the number of the reflections and increase of their width pointed out that(More)
Low-angle X-ray diffraction patterns of canine duodenal juice precipitates taken at two stages of digestion, after 20 h fasting and after food stimulation have been obtained. Both diffraction patterns are due to glycoproteins. However, the glycoproteins contained in the precipitate after food stimulation occur in the native form while in fasting animals(More)
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