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MSE PRO 10mL Triangular Gold (Au) Nanoplates Water Dispersion, 140±25nm - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO 10mL Triangular Gold (Au) Nanoplates Water Dispersion, 140±25nm

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MSE PRO™ 10mL Triangular Gold (Au) Nanoplates Water Dispersion, 140±25nm

MSE supplies offers Triangular Gold (Au) Nanoplates Water Dispersion with 140±25nm. Triangular gold (Au) nanoplates feature an ideal average particle size for diverse applications, offering high specific surface area, ample loading capacity, and easy surface functionalization. They find applications in biomedical sensing, catalysis, and plasmonic. Their reliability in ensuring safety, environmental integrity, and stability makes them indispensable in drug delivery systems, environmental remediation, and the optimization of solar cell efficiency. These properties cater to industries seeking precision and eco-conscious innovation by providing consistent performance.

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Technical Specifications:

CAS Number

7440-57-5

Chemical Formula

Au

SKU#

PO9489

Package

10 mL/bottle

Solvent

Water

Wall Thickness

8±2 nm

Side Length

140±25 nm

Appearance

Bright green liquid

Storage

4°C in a light-protected environment 

Reference:

[1]: Behzad Tangeysh, Katharine Moore Tibbetts, Johanan H. Odhner, Bradford B. Wayland, and Robert J. Levis. Triangular Gold Nanoplate Growth by Oriented Attachment of Au Seeds Generated by Strong Field Laser Reduction. Nano Letters 2015 15 (5), 3377-3382

[2]: Lei Chen, Fei Ji, Yong Xu, Liu He, Yifan Mi, Feng Bao, Baoquan Sun, Xiaohong Zhang, and Qiao Zhang. High-Yield Seedless Synthesis of Triangular Gold Nanoplates through Oxidative Etching. Nano Letters 2014 14 (12), 7201-7206

[3]: Tangeysh B, Moore Tibbetts K, Odhner JH, Wayland BB, Levis RJ. Triangular gold nanoplate growth by oriented attachment of Au seeds generated by strong field laser reduction. Nano Lett. 2015 May 13;15(5):3377-82.