Citrate-Capped Au Nanospheres
NanoSeedz™ provides citrate-capped Au nanospheres with average diameters of 13 nm and 19 nm. These Au nanosphere samples are produced by reducing a Au(III) salt with sodium citrate in water. There is sodium citrate (~0.5 mM) in the Au nanosphere solutions to stabilize the nanospheres.
|Nanoseedz™ provides citrate-capped Aud nanospheres with average diameters of 13 nm and 19 nm.|
|Part #||Diameter (nm)||Volume (mL)||OD (at SPRW)||Price (USD)|
|NS-C-13-20||13 ± 1||10||2||68|
|NS-C-13-50||13 ± 1||10||5||150|
|NS-C-19-20||19 ± 2||10||2||68|
|NS-C-19-50||19 ± 2||10||5||150|
Diameter refers to the average diameter of the Au nanosphere. SPRW represents the surface plasmon resonance wavelength. OD denotes the optical density per centimeter light path.
- I. Ojea-Jimenez, N. G. Bastus, V. Puntes. Influence of the Sequence of the Reagents Addition in the Citrate-Mediated Synthesis of Gold Nanoparticles. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2011, 115, 15752-15757.
- N. G. Bastus, J. Comenge, V. Puntes. Kinetically Controlled Seeded Growth Synthesis of Citrate-Stabilized Gold Nanoparticles of up to 200 nm: Size Focusing versus Ostwald Ripening. Langmuir, 2011, 27, 11098-11105.