The division of Molecular Surface Physics and Nano Science is a division at Applied Physics IFM, active in the field of Nanomaterial and Molecular thin film physics and spectroscopy. Our main focus is on surface modification for sensing/biorecognition and molecular and nano probes for biomedical senising/imaging. Biospecific binding phenomena at solid surfaces are investigated. Design and characterization of new and improved probes for imaging are performed.
- 2017.08.08 A collaboration work "Mitochondria-targeted Iridium (III) complexes as two-photon fluorogenic probes of cysteine/homocysteine" was published by Actuators: B. Chemical
- 2017.05.02 "Imaging XPS and photoemission electron microscopy; surface chemical mapping and blood cell visualization" was published by Biointerphases and featured as an Editor's Pick
- 2017.02.15 New Postdoc Dr. Jiwen Hu joined our group.
- 2016.08.03 A collaboration work "Probe for simultaneous membrane and nucleus labeling in living cells and in vivo bioimaging using a two-photon absorption water-soluble Zn(II) terpyridine complex with a reduced π-conjugation system" was published by Chem. Sci.
- 2016.05.25 A TPA-caged precursor of (imino)coumarin for "turn-on" fluorogenic detection of Cu+ was accepted by Analytica Chimica Acta.
- 2016.03.17 A logic gate-based fluoregenic probe for Hg2+ detection and its applications in cellular imaging. was accepted by Analytica Chimica Acta.
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Last updated: 08/14/17