2D Attogram Surface Plasmon Resonance Imaging
2nd August 2014

Dr Andrew Shaw

Dr Andrew Shaw

Andrew M Shaw is a Senior Lecturer in Physical Chemistry at Exeter and has developed evanescent wave cavity ring-down spectroscopy (eCRDS) for the interrogation of interface photonics. The technique is used for the measurement of processes at the silica-water interface including absorption isotherms for charged species and biofilms with continuing work on complete organisms.

Dr Andrew Shaw is based in Exeter.

Website: http://people.ex.ac.uk/amshaw0/

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