Fluorescence-detected magnetic field effects on radical pair reactions from femtolitre volumes

Charlotte Dodson, Christopher Wedge, Masai Murakami, Kiminori Maeda, Mark Wallace, Peter Hore

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Abstract

We show that the effects of applied magnetic fields on radical pair reactions can be sensitively measured from sample volumes as low as ∼100 femtolitres using total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy. Development of a fluorescence-based microscope method is likely to be a key step in further miniaturisation that will allow detection of magnetic field effects on single molecules.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)8023-8026
Number of pages4
JournalChemical communications (Cambridge, England)
Volume51
Issue number38
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 Mar 2015

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Fluorescence-detected magnetic field effects on radical pair reactions from femtolitre volumes. / Dodson, Charlotte; Wedge, Christopher; Murakami, Masai; Maeda, Kiminori; Wallace, Mark; Hore, Peter.

In: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England), Vol. 51, No. 38, 25.03.2015, p. 8023-8026.

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Dodson, Charlotte ; Wedge, Christopher ; Murakami, Masai ; Maeda, Kiminori ; Wallace, Mark ; Hore, Peter. / Fluorescence-detected magnetic field effects on radical pair reactions from femtolitre volumes. In: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England). 2015 ; Vol. 51, No. 38. pp. 8023-8026.
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