APPLICATION OF A BIOSENSOR BASED ON SPR USING SPECTROSCOPIC ELLIPSOMETER
The work is focused on the possibility to use spectroscopic ellipsometer in biosensor application. Operation of the ellipsometer is enhanced by the feature of TIRE (Total Internal Reflection Ellipsometry). The principal goal is to detect analytes in aqueous solutions at low concentrations below 0.1 nmol/l.
SPR; ellipsometry; TIRE; biosensor
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