Nanoscale characterization of gold nanoparticles created by in situ reduction at a polymeric surface.


Transmission Electron Microscopy is used as a quantitative method to measure the shapes, sizes and volumes of gold nanoparticles created at a polymeric surface by three different in situ synthesis methods. The atomic number contrast (Z-contrast) imaging technique reveals nanoparticles which are formed on the surface of the polymer. However, with certain… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jmi.12039


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