Sara Nilsson

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Physics, Chemical Physics

Currently, my research focuses on nanoplasmonic sensing of the oxidation mechanisms of nanoparticles, copper in particular. I study the optical response of single nanoparticles by dark-field scattering spectroscopy and characterize the optical readout together with the particle grain structure to gain information on how it is affecting the oxidation mechanisms. The purpose for studying this is to learn more about catalytic nanoparticles and to use the characterization method during single particle catalysis experiments. I joined the group in 2015 as a master student. During this time, I have also worked with nanofabrication on optical fibers and detection of protein adsorption on single core-shell Au/SiO2 nanoparticles as well as CO2 adsorption on colloidal silica nanoparticles.

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Showing 6 publications

2019

Single Copper Nanoparticle Oxidation

Sara Nilsson
Licentiate thesis
2019

Heterodimers for in Situ Plasmonic Spectroscopy: Cu Nanoparticle Oxidation Kinetics, Kirkendall Effect, and Compensation in the Arrhenius Parameters

David Albinsson, Sara Nilsson, Tomasz Antosiewicz et al
Journal of Physical Chemistry C
Journal article
2019

In Situ Plasmonic Nanospectroscopy of the CO Oxidation Reaction over Single Pt Nanoparticles

Su Liu, Arturo Susarrey- Arce, Sara Nilsson et al
ACS Nano. Vol. 13 (5), p. 6090-6100
Journal article
2018

A fiber-optic nanoplasmonic hydrogen sensor: Via pattern-transfer of nanofabricated PdAu alloy nanostructures

Ferry Nugroho, Robin Eklund, Sara Nilsson et al
Nanoscale. Vol. 10 (44), p. 20533-20539
Journal article
2016

CO2 Detection and Plasmonic Spectroscopy of CO2 Adsorption Energetics in Porous Sorbents for CCS

Ferry Nugroho, C. Xu, Sara Nilsson et al
E-MRS Spring Meeting 2016, Lille, France
Paper in proceedings
2015

Realizing Strong Light-Matter Interactions between Single-Nanoparticle Plasmons and Molecular Excitons at Ambient Conditions

Gülis Zengin, Martin Wersäll, Sara Nilsson et al
Physical Review Letters. Vol. 114 (15), p. Art. no. 157401-
Journal article

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