Silver Hexagonal Nanoprisms
Product Number: 209HP
Prices shown for each plasmonic peak are sold in 10 ml volumes at a concentration of 0.1 mM. For different concentrations or larger volumes please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Description: Scivention's Silver Nanoprisms (AgNPr) are monodisperse hexagonal nanoplatelets with highly controlled diameters and thicknesses. These particles are thiolate-stabilized and have a high degree of monodispersity, with better than 10% and
15% standard deviation in lateral size and thickness (<1 nm variation) respectively. The nanoprism width and thickness are well controlled, resulting in highly tunable plasmon resonance peaks. The nanoprisms can be self-assembled into closely packed stacks with a column structure similar to discotic liquid crystals. With dry nanoprisms, an overall 107 SERS enhancement was achieved with ligands removed via oxidative plasma treatment, measured using a common 5,5’-dithiobis(2-nitrobenzoic acid) probe.
Appearance : Red to purple, depending on tunable plasmon peak
Particle Shape : Hexagonal plates
Range of available plasmonic peaks : 500 - 700 nm
Range of available Particle Size : Thickness: 5 - 15nm; Diameter: 30 - 110 nm
Concentration : 0.01 mM Ag
Solvent : Water
CAS Number : 7440-22-4
|Product||Concentration of Ag||Longitudinal Plasmonic Peak||Particle Diameter||Particle Thickness||Volume||Price|
|Silver Nanoprism||0.1 mM||500 nm||30 nm||7 nm||10 mL||$275|
|Silver Nanoprism||0.1 mM||550 nm||60 nm||9 nm||10 mL||$275|
|Silver Nanoprism||0.1 mM||600 nm||65 nm||11 nm||10 mL||$275|
|Silver Nanoprism||0.1 mM||700 nm||90 nm (est)||10 nm (est)||10 mL||$275|
|Silver Nanoprism||0.1 mM||750 nm||110 nm||9 nm||10 mL||$275|
Other concentrations and sizes are available upon request. Please contact us at email@example.com. The expected shipping time for specially requested particles is two weeks.
These particles are created according to the procedure described by "Monodisperse Hexagonal Silver Nanoprisms: Synthesis via Thiolate Protected Cluster Precursors and Chiral, LigandImprinted SelfAssembly", Cathcart, N, Kitaev, V.; ACS Nano 2011, 5, 7411.