Surface-enhanced Spatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy (SESORS) in Tissue Analogs



This dataset contains Raman spectra (.txt and .xls files) and dark-field images (.tif and .jpg) pertinent to the investigation of surface-enhanced, spatially-offset Raman spectroscopy for analysis of nanoparticles in tissue analogs. Nanoparticles are spin coated on glass slides, and Raman spectra are used to validate a proposed methodology of recovering NP signal from beneath layers of tissue.

Data files included represent data collected relevant to the characterization of a in-house SESORS instrument with PDMS cured in a cuvette, a nanoparticle spin-coating technique, a single-probe vs 2-probe experiment with spin coated NPs and a fixed thickness of tissue, and experiments with spin coated NPs and tissue of varied thickness.

Data embargo until 31/12/17
Date made available5 Apr 2017
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Date of data production3 Aug 2015 - 26 Jul 2016

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Asiala, S. (Creator), Shand, N. (Creator), Faulds, K. (Creator), Graham, D. (Creator) (5 Apr 2017). Surface-enhanced Spatially Offset Raman Spectroscopy (SESORS) in Tissue Analogs. University of Strathclyde. 20160323_LayerByLayer_Panchetta_440CabotNP_SlideB_FullPower_500ms_Gain10_BG_m10Cool(.xls), 20150803_PDMSCuve_SORSRef_Norm(.txt), 20160726_Pancetta_1ProbeControls(.xls), SlideCharacterization_RamanSpectra(.zip), SlideCharacterization_DFImages(.zip). 10.15129/476eb716-6bd0-471b-8d28-045c42fb7aa2