Depth prediction of nanotags in tissue using surface enhanced spatially offset Raman scattering (SESORS)

Abstract

A model for the prediction of the depth of two ‘flavours’ of surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) active nanotags embedded within porcine tissue is demonstrated using ratiometric analysis. Using a handheld spatially offset Raman (SORS) instrument, SESORS signals could be detected from nanotags at depths down to 48 mm for the first time using a backscattering SORS geometry.

Graphical abstract: Depth prediction of nanotags in tissue using surface enhanced spatially offset Raman scattering (SESORS)

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Article type
Communication
Submitted
13 Aug 2021
Accepted
04 Jan 2022
First published
14 Jan 2022
This article is Open Access
Creative Commons BY license

Chem. Commun., 2022, Advance Article

Depth prediction of nanotags in tissue using surface enhanced spatially offset Raman scattering (SESORS)

M. E. Berry, S. M. McCabe, N. C. Shand, D. Graham and K. Faulds, Chem. Commun., 2022, Advance Article , DOI: 10.1039/D1CC04455A

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