Self-assembly of Au nano-islands with tuneable organized disorder for highly sensitive SERS
Aggregates of disordered metallic nano-clusters exhibiting long-range organized fractal properties are amongst the most efficient scattering enhancers, and they are promising as high performance surfaceenhanced Raman scattering (SERS) substrates. However, the low reproducibility of the disordered structures hinders the engineering and optimization of well-defined scalable architectures for SERS. Here, a thermophoretically driven Au aerosol deposition process is used for the self-assembly of...[Show more]
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