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07.03.18

New publication: "Tip-Enhanced Spectroscopy and Imaging of Carbon Nanomaterials", by Ado Jorio, Luiz Gustavo Cançado, Sebastian Heeg, Lukas Novotny and Achim Hartschuh (Dedicated to the Memory of Professor Mildred S Dresselhaus)

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04.03.19

New publication: "Freely Suspended, van der Waals Bound Organic Nanometer‐Thin Functional Films: Mechanical and Electronic Characterization", Lilian S. Schaffroth, Jakob Lenz, Veit Giegold, Maximilian Kögl, Achim Hartschuh and R. Thomas Weitz

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11.12.18

New Publication: "Efficient Hotspot Switching in Plasmonic Nanoantennas using Phase-shaped Laser Pulses controlled by Neural Networks", Alberto Comin and Achim Hartschuh,

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05.05.18

New publication: "Remote excitation and detection of surface-enhanced Raman scattering from Graphene", Nicolas Coca-Lopez, Nicolai Hartmann, Tobia Mancabelli, Jürgen Kraus, Sebastian Günther, Alberto Comin and Achin Hartschuh

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Butenandtstr. 5-11 (Haus E, Gerhard-Ertl-Gebaeude)
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Mail: Prof. A. Hartschuh
 
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Time-resolved spectroscopy

Optical excitation of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes generates excitons. Exciton decay dynamics are of major importance both for our understanding of the fundamental physics and for all light-based device applications of these 1D quantum systems.

To avoid the major disadvantages of ensemble measurements, namely overlapping contributions from different tube species and averaging over tubes of the same species but with different individual properties (e.g. defect concentration), single nanotube experiments are required.

Setup for time-resolved photoluminescence spectroscopy

 

Time-dependent photoluminescence intensity for three different
nanotubes showing the decay dynamics of the excited state. The
corresponding lifetimes are derived from fitting with a mono-exponential
decay function.