Nondestructive monitoring of the photochromic state of dithienylethene monolayers by surface plasmon resonance.


The use of surface plasmon resonance (SPR) as a nondestructive, nonerasing readout of the isomerization state of a photochromic dithienylethene covalently linked to a chemically modified gold surface was investigated. Four different binding layers were examined: 11-mercaptoundecanol (MUO), an amine-modified 11-mercaptoundecanol (MUO-NH2), dextran, and an… (More)


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