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Gold and Silver Nanoparticles in Sensing and Imaging:  Sensitivity of Plasmon Response to Size, Shape, and Metal Composition

Gold and Silver Nanoparticles in Sensing and Imaging:  Sensitivity of Plasmon Response to Size, Shape, and Metal Composition,10.1021/jp062536y,Journal

Gold and Silver Nanoparticles in Sensing and Imaging:  Sensitivity of Plasmon Response to Size, Shape, and Metal Composition   (Citations: 79)
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Journal: Journal of Physical Chemistry B - J PHYS CHEM B , vol. 110, no. 39, pp. 19220-19225, 2006
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    • ...The surrounding medium refractive index also equally influences the LSPR [2, 3], which signals the presence of target molecule in the vicinity of nanoparticle surface...

    Jagmeet Singh Sekhonet al. Optimal Dimensions of Gold Nanorod for Plasmonic Nanosensors

    • ...LSPR sensors characteristics are highly dependent on NP size [14]–[17], shape [3], [14], [15], [18], elemental composition [19]–[22], surrounding dielectric environment [23]–[25], arrangement [26], and inter-particle separation [6], [16], [27]–[29]...
    • ...Silver NPs exhibit a higher sensitivity [22] but oxidize readily...

    Phillip Blakeet al. Enhanced Nanoparticle Response From Coupled Dipole Excitation for Plas...

    • ...In addition to sensing, gold nanoparticles are attractive candidate for photothermal therapeutic, diagnostic, and drug delivery applications [2, 3]. For example, the gold nanoparticles can be used to enhance both Rayleigh and Raman signals for obtaining chemical information on many biological species of interest, which were previously unattainable using simple spectroscopy setting [4–6]...

    Shuwen Zenget al. A Review on Functionalized Gold Nanoparticles for Biosensing Applicati...

    • ...One of the interesting aspects of shape anisotropy in noble metal NPs is the splitting of the surface plasmon resonance band [3-6], which can be tuned from visible to infrared region...

    Hardeep Kumaret al. Ion beam-induced shaping of Ni nanoparticles embedded in a silica matr...

    • ...In the past decades, numerous studies have been reported on the design and fabrication of nanoparticles via innovative synthetic route, since nanomaterials with size�dependent physical properties provided great opportunities for various applications in many fields, such as catalysis [1, 2], sensor [3, 4], nanoelectronics [5, 6], and imaging [7, 8]. Among them, gold nanoparticles ( AuNPs) showed several charming features that made them very ...
    • ...In the past decades, numerous studies have been reported on the design and fabrication of nanoparticles via innovative synthetic route, since nanomaterials with size�dependent physical properties provided great opportunities for various applications in many fields, such as catalysis [1, 2], sensor [3, 4], nanoelectronics [5, 6], and imaging [7, 8]. Among them, gold nanoparticles ( AuNPs) showed several charming features that made them very ...

    Changming Chenget al. A facile photochemical route for the synthesis of gold nanoparticles

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