Alexei Tcherniak, Ph.D.

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Rice University, Houston, TX 
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Nanoparticles
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Stephan Link grad student 2011 Rice University
 (Development and Application of Methods to Study Nanoparticle Diffusion Using Intensity Correlation Spectroscopy.)
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Tcherniak A. (2012) Trajan's fleet on the red sea: Eutropius, cassius dio and the Periplus Maris Erythraei Hyperboreus. 18: 295-324
Tcherniak A, Dominguez-Medina S, Chang WS, et al. (2011) One-photon plasmon luminescence and its application to correlation spectroscopy as a probe for rotational and translational dynamics of gold nanorods Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 115: 15938-15949
Tcherniak A, Ha JW, Dominguez-Medina S, et al. (2010) Probing a century old prediction one plasmonic particle at a time. Nano Letters. 10: 1398-404
Khatua S, Manna P, Chang WS, et al. (2010) Plasmonic nanoparticles-liquid crystal composites Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 114: 7251-7257
Slaughter LS, Chang WS, Swanglap P, et al. (2010) Single-particle spectroscopy of gold nanorods beyond the quasi-static limit: Varying the width at constant aspect ratio Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 114: 4934-4938
Claytor K, Khatua S, Guerrero JM, et al. (2009) Accurately determining single molecule trajectories of molecular motion on surfaces. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 130: 164710
Tcherniak A, Reznik C, Link S, et al. (2009) Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy: criteria for analysis in complex systems. Analytical Chemistry. 81: 746-54
Tcherniak A, Prakash A, Mayo JT, et al. (2009) Fluorescence correlation spectroscopy of magnetite nanocrvstal diffusion Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 113: 844-848
Tcherniak A, Solis D, Khatua S, et al. (2008) Chain-length dependent nematic ordering of conjugated polymers in a liquid crystal solvent. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130: 12262-3
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