Growth mechanism of anisotropic gold nanocrystals via microwave synthesis: formation of dioleamide by gold nanocatalysis.

@article{Mohamed2010GrowthMO,
  title={Growth mechanism of anisotropic gold nanocrystals via microwave synthesis: formation of dioleamide by gold nanocatalysis.},
  author={M. Ben-Hadj Mohamed and Khaled M AbouZeid and Victor Abdelsayed and Ahlam A Aljarash and M Samy El-Shall},
  journal={ACS nano},
  year={2010},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={2766-72}
}
A facile and fast one-pot microwave irradiation method has been developed to prepare different shapes of gold nanoparticles capped with a mixture of oleylamine and oleic acid. The size, shape, and morphology of the nanocrystals could be tailored by varying the ratio of oleylamine to oleic acid, the microwave time, and the concentration of the gold ions. These effects are directly reflected in the surface plasmon resonance properties of the resulting nanocrystals in the visible and near-infrared… CONTINUE READING
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