Chai, Fang and Wang, Tingting and Li, Lu and Liu, Haiyan and Zhang, Lingyu and Su, Zhongmin and Wang, Chungang (2010) Fluorescent Gold Nanoprobes for the Sensitive and Selective Detection for Hg2+. Nanoscale Research Letters, 5 (11). pp. 1856-1860.
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A simple, cost-effective yet rapid and sensitive sensor for on-site and real-time Hg2? detection based on bovine serum albumin functionalized ﬂuorescent gold nanoparticles as novel and environmentally friendly ﬂuo-rescent probes was developed. Using this probe, aqueous Hg2? can be detected at 0.1 nM in a facile way based on ﬂuorescence quenching. This probe was also applied to determine the Hg2? in the lake samples, and the results demonstrate low interference and high sensitivity.
|Subjects:||Material Science > Nanochemistry|
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