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Nature Chemistry volume 3, pages 191192 (2011) | Download Citation

Advances in transduction of electrochemical activity through surface plasmon resonance afford new opportunities for spatially and temporally resolved studies of interfaces.

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  1. Lane Baker and Chiao-Chen Chen are in the Department of Chemistry, University of Indiana, Bloomington, Indiana 47405-7102, USA.  lanbaker@indiana.edu

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