Hollow Au–Ag Alloy Nanorices and Their Optical Properties
AbstractHollow noble metal nanoparticles have excellent performance not only in surface catalysis but also in optics. In this work, the hollow Au–Ag alloy nanorices are fabricated by the galvanic replacement reaction. The dark-field spectrum points out that there is a big difference in the optical properties between the pure Ag nanorices and the hollow alloy nanorices that exhibit highly tunable localized surface plasmon resonances (LSPR) and that possess larger radiative damping, which is also indicated by the finite element method. Furthermore, the surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) and oxidation test indicate that hollow Au–Ag alloy nanorices show good anti-oxidation and have broad application prospects in surface-plasmon-related fields. View Full-Text
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Yu, K.; Sun, X.; Pan, L.; Liu, T.; Liu, A.; Chen, G.; Huang, Y. Hollow Au–Ag Alloy Nanorices and Their Optical Properties. Nanomaterials 2017, 7, 255.
Yu K, Sun X, Pan L, Liu T, Liu A, Chen G, Huang Y. Hollow Au–Ag Alloy Nanorices and Their Optical Properties. Nanomaterials. 2017; 7(9):255.Chicago/Turabian Style
Yu, Keke; Sun, Xiaonan; Pan, Liang; Liu, Ting; Liu, Anping; Chen, Guo; Huang, Yingzhou. 2017. "Hollow Au–Ag Alloy Nanorices and Their Optical Properties." Nanomaterials 7, no. 9: 255.
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