Three-Dimensional Hierarchical Reticular Nanostructure of Fulfora candelaria Wing Decorated by Ag Nanoislands as Practical SERS-Active Substrates

@article{Wang2018ThreeDimensionalHR,
  title={Three-Dimensional Hierarchical Reticular Nanostructure of Fulfora candelaria Wing Decorated by Ag Nanoislands as Practical SERS-Active Substrates},
  author={Mingli Wang and Yuhong Wang and Xiaoyan Yan and Xin Sun and Guochao Shi and Ke-Qin Zhang and Lijian Ren and Wanli Ma},
  journal={Nanomaterials},
  year={2018},
  volume={8}
}
Although surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) technology has been widely explored nowadays in various fields, the fabrication of practical SERS-active substrates with prominent recognition ability for various analyte molecules is still defective. Natural Fulfora candelaria wing (FCW) with three-dimensional (3D) hierarchical reticular nanostructure was selected as a new bioscaffold for rough silver (Ag) nanoislands to be assembled on to prepare a practical SERS substrate (Ag/FCW substrate… Expand
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