Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles

Schwartzberg AM, Oshiro TY, Zhang JZ, Huser T, Talley CE (2006)
Analytical Chemistry 78(13): 4732-4736.

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We report the development of nanoprobes that exploit the surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) from nonaggregated, hollow, gold nanospheres (HGNSs). The homogeneity of the HGNSs leads to a nearly 10-fold improvement in signal consistency over standard silver SERS substrates, which translates into a significant increase in sensitivity and dynamic range for the model application of pH sensing. Moreover, the small size (30-nm diameter) of these SERS-active nanoparticles represents a major step in advancing sensing technology based on SERS, making this technology more amenable to intracellular sensing.
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Schwartzberg AM, Oshiro TY, Zhang JZ, Huser T, Talley CE. Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles. Analytical Chemistry. 2006;78(13):4732-4736.
Schwartzberg, A. M., Oshiro, T. Y., Zhang, J. Z., Huser, T., & Talley, C. E. (2006). Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles. Analytical Chemistry, 78(13), 4732-4736. doi:10.1021/ac060220g
Schwartzberg, A. M., Oshiro, T. Y., Zhang, J. Z., Huser, T., and Talley, C. E. (2006). Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles. Analytical Chemistry 78, 4732-4736.
Schwartzberg, A.M., et al., 2006. Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles. Analytical Chemistry, 78(13), p 4732-4736.
A.M. Schwartzberg, et al., “Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles”, Analytical Chemistry, vol. 78, 2006, pp. 4732-4736.
Schwartzberg, A.M., Oshiro, T.Y., Zhang, J.Z., Huser, T., Talley, C.E.: Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles. Analytical Chemistry. 78, 4732-4736 (2006).
Schwartzberg, A. M., Oshiro, T. Y., Zhang, J. Z., Huser, Thomas, and Talley, C. E. “Improving nanoprobes using surface-enhanced Raman scattering from 30-nm hollow gold particles”. Analytical Chemistry 78.13 (2006): 4732-4736.
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