News - 29 Mar 2012
Researchers from the Rice University have produced starfruit-shaped gold nanorods, which may support surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy applications.
An Associate Professor of chemistry,...
News - 30 Jun 2017
Over the past two decades, one dimensional nanomaterials such as nanotubes (NTs), nanobelts, nanowires (NWs) and nanorods (NRs) have become increasingly popular because of their shape dependent...
News - 8 Sep 2008
Gold nanoparticles are under consideration for a number of biomedical applications, such as tumor treatment. A German-American research team at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Hunter College...
News - 10 Sep 2014
Ounce for ounce, gold nanorods that are commercially available cost about 7,000 times more than bulk gold, but that may change, thanks to an award-winning research program in the laboratory of Rice...
News - 14 May 2009
Material scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a technique for a bimetallic fuel cell catalyst that is efficient, robust and two to five times more effective than commercial...
Article - 1 Jul 2010
The great promise of nanotubes as biosensing elements is the potential to develop systems where direct electron transfer between enzymes and electrodes is possible.
Article - 30 Oct 2019
This article discusses how to use In Situ Liquid TEM to Characterize the Size, Shape and Composition of Nanomaterials.
Article - 2 Oct 2003
Researchers have devised a way to use gold nanoparticles as tiny electrical wires to plug enzymes into electrodes.
Article - 13 May 2011
This article examines the features and applications of Gold Nanorods Kit (Axial Diameter - 10 nm, wavelength 700-808 nm).
Article - 2 Dec 2008
The tunability in the LSPW, makes GNRs useful for the formation of many functional composite materials.