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Physico-chemical characterizations of Cr doped persistent luminescence nanoparticles

Abstract : Persistent luminescence nanoparticles have recently been proposed as innovative optical probes for small animal in vivo imaging. The main advantage of such probes is their ability to emit light for a long time after the end of their excitation, allowing in vivo imaging with low background. This work reports new information on the physico-chemical characterizations of Cr doped ZnGa2O4 nanoprobes in terms of synthetic procedure, luminescence properties as well as colloidal stabilities in different aqueous media and over the time.
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T. Lecuyer, E. Teston, T. Maldiney, D. Scherman, C. Richard. Physico-chemical characterizations of Cr doped persistent luminescence nanoparticles. Medical Imaging 2013: Image Processing, ., 2016, 9722, ⟨10.1117/12.2207477⟩. ⟨hal-03290546⟩



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