Gold Nanorods Kit (Axial Diameter - 10 nm, wavelength 700-808 nm) - Supplier Data by Strem Chemicals

Gold Nanorods Kit (Axial Diameter - 10 nm, wavelength 700-808 nm)

The physical and chemical properties of Gold Nanorods are outlined in the following. Gold nanorods are shipped in 18M-ohn DI water with < 0.1% ascorbic acid and < 0.1% CTAB surfactant capping agent.


Figure 1. Representative TEMS.

Storage of Gold Nanorods

Store at 4°C. Do not freeze. CTAB, may cause a cloudy appearance at low temperatures. Before use, warm to room temperature to resuspend excess CTAB. Particularly for the larger nanorods, make sure to homogenize bottles after long storage periods to resuspend any sedimentation.

Typical Characteristics (Specifications) of Gold Nanorods

The typical characteristics of gold nanorods are outlined in the following table.

Axial diameter = 10 nm
Axial peak SSRP = 512 nm

Table 1. Typical characteristics of gold nanorods for Catalog# 96-1535.

Part #

Longitudinal Size
(nm)

Peak LSPR
Wavelength (nm)

Wt. Conc (mg/ml)

LSPR Molar Ext.
(M-1cm-1)

SSPR Molar Ext.
(M-1cm-1)

79-6020

29

808

29.7

8.99E+08

2.25E+08

79-6025

35

780

33.4

9.40E+08

2.35E+08

79-6030

60

750

34.9

9.81E+08

2.45E+08

79-6035

41

700

91.1

1.02E+09

2.55E+08

SPR = Surface plasmon resonance
LSPR = Longitudinal SPR peak
SSPR = Axial SPR peak
Shape monodispersity (% rods) > 95%
Size variation +/-10% (both dimensions)
Aspect ratio variation = Peak LSPR accuracy/96
All specs typical. May vary batch to batch.

Gold Nanorods Kit

Each Gold Nanorod kit contains 25ml of each of the following:

  • 79-6020 Gold Nanorods (Axial Diameter - 10nm) (Wavelength 700nm)
  • 79-6025 Gold Nanorods (Axial Diameter - 10nm) (Wavelength 750nm)
  • 79-6030 Gold Nanorods (Axial Diameter - 10nm) (Wavelength 780nm)
  • 79-6035 Gold Nanorods (Axial Diameter - 10nm) (Wavelength 808nm)

Figure 2. Gold nanorod kit. 

Source: Strem Chemicals.

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Date Added: May 13, 2011 | Updated: Sep 16, 2013
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