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Color vision deficiency, which is also know as color blindness affects 8% of males and 0.5% of females in the world. This inherited ocular disorder brings a lot of inconvience to patients’ life. In this study, gold nanoparticles are integrated into contact lens material, thus forming nanocomposite contact lenses targeted for red−green CVD application. Three distinct sets of nanoparticles will be characterized and incorporated with PSS, and their resulting optical and material properties will be assessed. Besides, In addition, a comprehensive understanding of gold nanoparticles should be provided. Knowing its unique optical properties and causes. Learn to prepare different sizes of plasmonic nanoparticles and their dispersion in different solutions
Mechanical Engineering and Material Sciences Independent Study
Date of Submission
Wang, Jiaqi, "Color Vision Deficiency and Plasmonic nanostructures" (2022). Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Independent Study. 174.
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