Highly sensitive transient absorption imaging of graphene and graphene oxide in living cells and circulating blood
Slipchenko, Mikhail N.
Chen, Yong P.
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Citation (published version)Junjie Li, Weixia Zhang, Ting-Fung Chung, Mikhail N Slipchenko, Yong P Chen, Ji-Xin Cheng, Chen Yang. 2015. "Highly sensitive transient absorption imaging of graphene and graphene oxide in living cells and circulating blood.." Sci Rep, Volume 5:12394.
We report a transient absorption (TA) imaging method for fast visualization and quantitative layer analysis of graphene and GO. Forward and backward imaging of graphene on various substrates under ambient condition was imaged with a speed of 2 μs per pixel. The TA intensity linearly increased with the layer number of graphene. Real-time TA imaging of GO in vitro with capability of quantitative analysis of intracellular concentration and ex vivo in circulating blood were demonstrated. These results suggest that TA microscopy is a valid tool for the study of graphene based materials.
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