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Design of Ag–Au nanoshell core/mesoporous oriented silica shell nanoparticles through a sol–gel surfactant templating method

Design of Ag–Au nanoshell core/mesoporous oriented silica shell nanoparticles through a sol–gel surfactant templating method
Design of Ag–Au nanoshell core/mesoporous oriented silica shell nanoparticles through a sol–gel surfactant templating method
Core–shell nanoparticles based on Ag–Au nanoshell core and mesoporous silica shell with a radial pore orientation have been synthesized using a sol–gel surfactant templating method. The Ag/Au ratio of the nanoshells were elaborated through a galvanic replacement method performed with hydroxide gold substituted precursor using HAuCl4 as native gold precursor and NaOH as modifier. The nanoshell synthesis was optimized to provide light absorption in the near infrared “biological window” region before silica coating
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Soule, Samantha
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Allouche, Joachim
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Dupin, Jean-Charles
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Martinez, Hervé
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Soule, Samantha
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Allouche, Joachim
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Dupin, Jean-Charles
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Soule, Samantha, Allouche, Joachim, Dupin, Jean-Charles and Martinez, Hervé (2013) Design of Ag–Au nanoshell core/mesoporous oriented silica shell nanoparticles through a sol–gel surfactant templating method. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 171, 72-77. (doi:10.1016/j.micromeso.2012.12.034).

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Core–shell nanoparticles based on Ag–Au nanoshell core and mesoporous silica shell with a radial pore orientation have been synthesized using a sol–gel surfactant templating method. The Ag/Au ratio of the nanoshells were elaborated through a galvanic replacement method performed with hydroxide gold substituted precursor using HAuCl4 as native gold precursor and NaOH as modifier. The nanoshell synthesis was optimized to provide light absorption in the near infrared “biological window” region before silica coating

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Published date: May 2013
Organisations: Chemistry

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Local EPrints ID: 403251
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/403251
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Date deposited: 01 Dec 2016 09:37
Last modified: 15 Jul 2019 19:52

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Author: Samantha Soule
Author: Joachim Allouche
Author: Jean-Charles Dupin
Author: Hervé Martinez

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