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Themed collection Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering - SERS

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Surface-enhanced Raman scattering II: concluding remarks

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First demonstration of surface enhanced-stimulated Raman spectroscopy (SE-SRS) using low-power CW sources

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Quantitative SERS by hot spot normalization – surface enhanced Rayleigh band intensity as an alternative evaluation parameter for SERS substrate performance

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Gold nanodome SERS platform for label-free detection of protease activity

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Spiers Memorial Lecture

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Smart supramolecular sensing with cucurbit[n]urils: probing hydrogen bonding with SERS

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What do we actually see in intracellular SERS? Investigating nanosensor-induced variation

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Monitoring plasmon coupling and SERS enhancement through in situ nanoparticle spacing modulation

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Plasmonic enhancement of SERS measured on molecules in carbon nanotubes

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Novel routes to electromagnetic enhancement and its characterisation in surface- and tip-enhanced Raman scattering

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Linking classical and molecular optomechanics descriptions of SERS

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Fast and reproducible iSERS microscopy of single HER2-positive breast cancer cells using gold nanostars as SERS nanotags

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Reassessing SERS enhancement factors: using thermodynamics to drive substrate design

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Quantitative surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy of single bases in oligodeoxynucleotides

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Quantitative detection of isotopically enriched E. coli cells by SERS

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Imaging out-of-plane polarized emission patterns on gap mode SERS substrates: from high molecular coverage to the single molecule regime

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Shell isolated nanoparticles for enhanced Raman spectroscopy studies in lithium–oxygen cells

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The effect of STM parameters on tip-enhanced Raman spectra

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Dynamic SERS nanosensor for neurotransmitter sensing near neurons

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Further expanding versatility of surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy: from non-traditional SERS-active to SERS-inactive substrates and single shell-isolated nanoparticle

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Plasmon induced polymerization using a TERS approach: a platform for nanostructured 2D/1D material production

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SERS-active metal-dielectric nanostructures integrated in microfluidic devices for label-free quantitative detection of miRNA

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Real-time dynamic SERS detection of galectin using glycan-decorated gold nanoparticles

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The theory of surface-enhanced Raman scattering on semiconductor nanoparticles; toward the optimization of SERS sensors

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Electrochemical control of strong coupling states between localized surface plasmons and molecule excitons for Raman enhancement

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Theoretical modeling of voltage effects and the chemical mechanism in surface-enhanced Raman scattering

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Plasmonic response and SERS modulation in electrochemical applied potentials

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Ultrasensitive and towards single molecule SERS: general discussion

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Analytical SERS: general discussion

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Theory of SERS enhancement: general discussion

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SERS in biology/biomedical SERS: general discussion

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About this collection

We are delighted to share with you a selection of the papers which will be presented at our Faraday Discussion on Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering - SERS taking place in Glasgow, United Kingdom in August/September 2017. More information about the event may be found here: http://rsc.li/sers-fd2017. Additional articles will be added to the collection as they are published. The final versions of all the articles presented and a record of the live discussions will be published after the event.

This meeting aims to set the agenda for the surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) field for the next 10 years, by bringing the community together to welcome in new emerging priority areas and embracing the diversity of approaches and disciplines which are contributing to the growth and understanding of this optical phenomenon, especially in light of new theoretical and experimental data. It follows the highly successful Faraday Discussion on SERS in 2005, which mainly focused on the origin of the enhancement and the mechanisms behind this using the information available at that time.

Academic and industrial interest in SERS has grown over the past decade. This is evidenced by the number of papers published involving the term ‘surface enhanced Raman’ increasing from 580 in 2005 to almost 2000 in 2014. There are also now companies dedicated to providing SERS surfaces and SERS based products. The miniaturisation of Raman instrumentation has also opened up the deployment of SERS as a technique into a much wider sphere of disciplines than traditional chemistry and physics.

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