Raspberry-like hollow carbon nanospheres with enhanced matrix-free peptide detection profiles
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Raspberry-like hollow carbon spheres have been successfully obtained by the extension of Stöber's method. The raspberry-like hollow carbon spheres demonstrate a much better performance than hollow carbon spheres with a smooth surface in matrix-free peptide detection due to their high capability to capture the small peptide molecule.
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