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Fast electrically assisted regeneration of on-chip SERS substrates

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Abstract

A microfluidic chip approach utilising integrated electrically connected stationary SERS targets based on inkjet-printed silver nanoparticles is presented. It enables multiple interference-free consecutive surface-enhanced Raman measurements inside chip channels by electrically assisted regeneration of the stationary SERS substrate. Thereby it circumvents common adsorption and memory effect problems associated with stationary SERS targets allowing multiple consecutive measurements in a continuous-flow system.

Graphical abstract: Fast electrically assisted regeneration of on-chip SERS substrates

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Submitted
01 Apr 2015
Accepted
27 May 2015
First published
27 May 2015

This article is Open Access

Lab Chip, 2015,15, 2923-2927
Article type
Technical Innovation
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Fast electrically assisted regeneration of on-chip SERS substrates

T.-A. Meier, E. Poehler, F. Kemper, O. Pabst, H.-G. Jahnke, E. Beckert, A. Robitzki and D. Belder, Lab Chip, 2015, 15, 2923
DOI: 10.1039/C5LC00397K

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