The change in brightness ratio of dye molecules as a function of the number of dye molecules inside the NP and the radius of the NP modelled using HFRET
We calculated the brightness ratio for multiple fluorophores in
spherical NPs of different sizes as a function of the NPs radius
and the number of molecules (Fig. 2 ) As would be expected,
the brightness ratio increases with particle size.
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