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In a macroscopic conductor, the difference in energy between quantum states is, however, extremely small. As a result, the shifts in P caused by charge transfer normally remain small and do not need to be taken into account in describing experiments. As the dimensions of the conducting particle are reduced, however, this simplification ceases to be valid. There are two main mechanisms through which this occurs. First, confinement of the electrons to smaller particles leads to an increase in the energy level spacing.
Although not yet accomplished at single-molecule level, this promises to be a powerful and versatile method that does not require an intrinsically fluorogenic reactant. 141 Electrochemical SERS developments are now also approaching the single-molecule level. 142,143combined SERS spectroscopy with nanostructured interdigitated array electrodes. The potentialdependent orientation of the molecules resulted in notably potential-dependent SERS response. By varying the electrode spacing, the redox cycling by ferricyanide or crystal violet molecules, the collection efficiency, and surface amplification could be optimized.
A) Scanning electron microscope (SEM) image of a 70-nm radius pulled Pt nanoelectrode. Reproduced with permission from Ref. 55, Copyright (2006) American Chemical Society. (b) Atomic force microscope (AFM) amplitude image of an exposed single SWNT nanoelectrode crossing the bottom of a pit through PMMA and SiOx layers. Reproduced with permission from Ref. 56, Copyright (2005) American Chemical Society. (c) AFM topography image of an Au nanoelectrode. Reproduced with permission from Ref. 57, Copyright (2006) American Chemical Society.