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Optical coherence correlation spectroscopy (OCCS)

We present a new method called optical coherence correlation spectroscopy (OCCS) using nanoparticles as reporters of kinetic processes at the single particle level. OCCS is a spectral interferometry based method, thus giving simultaneous access to several sampling volumes along the optical axis. Based on an auto-correlation analysis, we extract the diffusion coefficients and concentrations of nanoparticles over a large concentration range. The cross-correlation analysis between adjacent sampling volumes allows to measure flow parameters. This shows the potential of OCCS for spatially resolved diffusion and flow measurements.

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