MSE PRO 10mL Gold (Au) Nanoparticles Dispersion in Organic Solvent, 50μg/mL - MSE Supplies LLC

MSE PRO 10mL Gold (Au) Nanoparticles Dispersion in Organic Solvent, 50μg/mL

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MSE PRO™ 10mL Gold (Au) Nanoparticles Dispersion in Organic Solvent, 50μg/mL

MSE supplies offers Gold (Au) Nanoparticles Dispersion in Organic Solvent, 50μg/mLGold (Au) nanoparticles stand as versatile entities that revolutionize various fields. Their excellence lies in constructing nano drug carriers, enabling photothermal therapy, photoacoustic imaging, and advancing surface-enhanced Raman imaging, unparalleled in its performance. Moreover, they enhance CT imaging and facilitate the construction of multimodal nanoprobes and multifunctional nanocarriers, while also doubling as anti-counterfeiting materials. These nanoparticles are pivotal in surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy, notably in detecting oily systems, and play a vital role in fuel cell technology, promising unparalleled strides in energy conversion and storage innovation.

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10 mL/bottle


50 μg/mL



The following solvents are available upon request: chloroform, toluene, cyclohexane, acetone, DMSO, DMF, acetonitrile, NMP, ethyl acetate, methylene chloride, tetraethyl orthosilicate, etc.


4°C in a light-protected environment


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[2]: Dzimitrowicz, A., Bielawska-Pohl, A., Pohl, P. et al. Application of Oil-in-Water Nanoemulsion Carrying Size-Defined Gold Nanoparticles Synthesized by Non-thermal Plasma for the Human Breast Cancer Cell Lines Migration and Apoptosis. Plasma Chem Plasma Process 40, 1037–1062 (2020)

[3]: Nagao M, Bradbury R, Ansar SM, Kitchens CL. Effect of gold nanoparticle incorporation into oil-swollen surfactant lamellar membranes. Struct Dyn. 2020 Dec 15;7(6):065102.