Plasmon-Sampled Surface-Enhanced Raman Excitation Spectroscopy on Silver Immobilized Nanorod Assemblies and Optimization for Near Infrared ( λ ex = 1064 nm ) Studies

@inproceedings{Greeneltch2012PlasmonSampledSR,
  title={Plasmon-Sampled Surface-Enhanced Raman Excitation Spectroscopy on Silver Immobilized Nanorod Assemblies and Optimization for Near Infrared ( λ ex = 1064 nm ) Studies},
  author={Nathan G Greeneltch and Martin G. Blaber and George C. Schatz and Richard. P. Van Duyne},
  year={2012}
}
For many Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS) applications, the enhancing substrate must exhibit a number of critical properties that include low cost, robustness, and reproducibly high enhancement over large areas of the substrate. In this study we investigate the SERS fundamental enhancement factor of silver Immobilized Nanorod Assembly (AgINRA) substrates as a function of both the dielectric sphere diameter (310−780 nm) and the input laser wavelength (633−1064 nm) with a technique… CONTINUE READING

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