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  • n. A nanosized rod

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  • As a result, the clusters link to the nanocrystal or nanorod building blocks and help create a stable nanocomposite.

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  • Physicists at China's Wuhan University discovered that nanospheres combined with a nanorod dimer could be used to solve the problem of measurement sensitivity at the nanoscale -- work reported in the Journal of Applied Physics.

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  • "A nanoparticle dimer plasmon ruler possesses many advantages because its measurement sensitivity is homogeneous, it can operate in the near-infrared region, and the structure's size and nanorod aspect ratio can be modified freely to get the desired measurement range and sensitivity," notes Liu.

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  • Physicists at China's Wuhan University discovered that nanospheres combined with a nanorod dimer could be used to solve the problem of measurement sensitivity.

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  • Nanospheres were used to modify surface plasmon coupling of a nanorod dimer.

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  • Three-dimensional imaging of strain in a single ZnO nanorod

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  • To introduce his nanorod invention to industry, von Maltzahn founded a company called Resonance Therapeutics this past fall.

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  • The company owns exclusive rights to his nanorod cancer treatment in clinical applications.

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  • Although it may take five to ten years to introduce the nanorod therapy to current cancer therapy treatment, von Maltzahn is optimistic of its potential, saying "the time line is long, but we're hopeful that this could make a difference for patients."

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  • This work is detailed in the paper "Gold nanorod / Fe3O4 nanoparticle 'nano-pearl-necklaces' for simultaneous targeting, dual-mode imaging, and photothermal ablation of cancer cells."

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