Utilization of Near IR Absorbing Gold Nanocolloids by Green Synthesis
The rapid developments in nanoscience, and its applications on biomedical areas have a large impact on drug delivery, tissue engineering, sensing, and diagnosis. Gold is widely investigated nanomaterial for the last couple of decades, since it has unique surface properties and very low toxicity to biological environment. In this work, we present a novel synthesis of gold nanoparticles (GNPs) exhibiting both visible and near-IR absorbance without agglomeration. The surface of GNPs were analyzed by routine methods and the binding kinetics were investigated by Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) Spectroscopy. The unique optical properties of near-IR asorbing GNP colloids hold promise for biological applications.
A.G. Mamalis, Masato Enokizono, Antonios Kladas, T. Sawada, Mustafa Güden and Prof. Mustafa M. Demir
B. Elveren et al., "Utilization of Near IR Absorbing Gold Nanocolloids by Green Synthesis", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 915, pp. 213-219, 2018