Abstract

Lissamine molecules attached to differently sized gold-nanoparticles have been studied using time-resolved spectroscopy. We show that resonant energy transfer and a strong reduction in the molecules’ radiative lifetime contribute equally to fluorescence quenching.

© 2003 Optical Society of America

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