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Submissions from 2011

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Collagen Matrices as an Improved Model for In Vitro Study of Live Cells Using Raman Microspectroscopy, Franck Bonnier, Peter Knief, Aidan D. Meade, Jennifer Dorney, Kunal Bhattacharya, Fiona M. Lyng, and Hugh J. Byrne

Submissions from 2005

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Interaction of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes with Starch-based Systems, Alan Casey, Gerald Farrell, Mary McNamara, Hugh J. Byrne, and Gordon Chambers

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Electroabsorption Studies of Structurally Modified Fullerene Thin Films, Gerald Farrell, Gordon Chambers, and Hugh J. Byrne

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Use of Raman Spectroscopy in the Investigation of Debundling of Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes, Elizabeth Gregan, Sinead Keogh, Theresa Hedderman, Gordon Chambers, and Hugh J. Byrne

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Investigation of Polymerization Rate in an Acrylamide-based Photopolymer using Raman Spectroscopy, Raghavendra Jallapuram, Izabela Naydenova, Hugh J. Byrne, Suzanne Martin, Robert Howard, and Vincent Toal

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Correlation of Spectroscopic and Biochemical Assays Postionising Radiation Exposure in Human Skin Cell Analogues, Aidan D. Meade, Hugh J. Byrne, and Fiona M. Lyng

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Linear Electronic and Optical Processes in Fullerene Thin Films, Jonathan Moghal, Naomi Brant, Siobhan Phelan, Hugh J. Byrne, and Gordon Chambers

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The Potential of Vibrational Spectroscopy in the Early Detection of Cervical Cancer: an Exciting Emerging Field, Eoghan O Faolain, Mary Hunter, Joe Byrne, Peter Kelehan, Hugh J. Byrne, and Fiona M. Lyng

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Vibrational Coupling in Conjugated π Systems with a view to Optimization of Fluorescence Yield through Phonon Confinement, Luke O'Neill, Patrick Lynch, Mary McNamara, and Hugh J. Byrne

Submissions from 2004

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Interaction of Carbon Nanotubes with Saccharides: a Possible Route to Biocompatible Composites, Alan Casey, Jonathan Moghal, Gerald Farrell, Hugh J. Byrne, and Gordon Chambers

Submissions from 2003

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The Physical Interactions between HiPCo SWNTs and Semi-conjugated Polymers, Sinead Keogh, Theresa Hedderman, A. Maguire, M. G. Ruther, Elizabeth Gregan, Gordon Chambers, and Hugh J. Byrne