Robust surface-enhanced raman scattering substrates with massive nanogaps derived from silver nanocubes self-assembled on a massed silver mirror via 1, 2-ethanedithiol monolayer as linkage and ultra-thin spacer

Ro Tin Lin, Ten-Chin Wen, Kai Wei Tsai, Shu Chun Cheng

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Abstract

The highly sensitive Surface-Enhanced Raman Scattering (SERS) substrate, via a strong localized surface plasmon resonance from efficient nanogaps, can be derived from silver nanocubes, which is self-assembled on a silver surface with 1, 2-ethanedithiol as the linkage. The existence of nanogaps between Ag nanocubes and Ag surface was verified by X-ray spectroscopy and the frequency change of plasmon resonance was corroborated by the analysis of a UV–Vis spectrophotometer. The beautiful homogeneous distribution of nanocubes on the Ag surface can be used as an effective substrate by detecting a 10-9 M rhodamine 6G solution with high sensitivity (enhancement factor 2.8 × 108), high reliability (6.6% standard deviation from measurements of 20 sites), and high precision (calibration curve with 99.9% correlation coefficient).

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationApplied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015
EditorsArtde Donald Kin-Tak Lam, Stephen D. Prior, Teen-Hang Meen
PublisherCRC Press/Balkema
Pages25-32
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)9781138028937
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Jan 1
EventInternational Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015 - Osaka, Japan
Duration: 2015 May 222015 May 27

Publication series

NameApplied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015

Other

OtherInternational Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015
CountryJapan
CityOsaka
Period15-05-2215-05-27

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Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering
Silver
Linkage
Raman scattering
Monolayers
Mirror
Mirrors
Substrate
Substrates
Strong Resonance
Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance
Plasmon
X-ray Spectroscopy
Correlation coefficient
Standard deviation
Spectrophotometers
Surface plasmon resonance
Calibration
Enhancement
X ray spectroscopy

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Business, Management and Accounting (miscellaneous)
  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Control and Optimization
  • Control and Systems Engineering
  • Social Sciences (miscellaneous)
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Lin, R. T., Wen, T-C., Tsai, K. W., & Cheng, S. C. (2016). Robust surface-enhanced raman scattering substrates with massive nanogaps derived from silver nanocubes self-assembled on a massed silver mirror via 1, 2-ethanedithiol monolayer as linkage and ultra-thin spacer. In A. D. K-T. Lam, S. D. Prior, & T-H. Meen (Eds.), Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015 (pp. 25-32). (Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015). CRC Press/Balkema.
Lin, Ro Tin ; Wen, Ten-Chin ; Tsai, Kai Wei ; Cheng, Shu Chun. / Robust surface-enhanced raman scattering substrates with massive nanogaps derived from silver nanocubes self-assembled on a massed silver mirror via 1, 2-ethanedithiol monolayer as linkage and ultra-thin spacer. Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015. editor / Artde Donald Kin-Tak Lam ; Stephen D. Prior ; Teen-Hang Meen. CRC Press/Balkema, 2016. pp. 25-32 (Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015).
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Lin, RT, Wen, T-C, Tsai, KW & Cheng, SC 2016, Robust surface-enhanced raman scattering substrates with massive nanogaps derived from silver nanocubes self-assembled on a massed silver mirror via 1, 2-ethanedithiol monolayer as linkage and ultra-thin spacer. in ADK-T Lam, SD Prior & T-H Meen (eds), Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015. Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015, CRC Press/Balkema, pp. 25-32, International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015, Osaka, Japan, 15-05-22.

Robust surface-enhanced raman scattering substrates with massive nanogaps derived from silver nanocubes self-assembled on a massed silver mirror via 1, 2-ethanedithiol monolayer as linkage and ultra-thin spacer. / Lin, Ro Tin; Wen, Ten-Chin; Tsai, Kai Wei; Cheng, Shu Chun.

Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015. ed. / Artde Donald Kin-Tak Lam; Stephen D. Prior; Teen-Hang Meen. CRC Press/Balkema, 2016. p. 25-32 (Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015).

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Lin RT, Wen T-C, Tsai KW, Cheng SC. Robust surface-enhanced raman scattering substrates with massive nanogaps derived from silver nanocubes self-assembled on a massed silver mirror via 1, 2-ethanedithiol monolayer as linkage and ultra-thin spacer. In Lam ADK-T, Prior SD, Meen T-H, editors, Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015. CRC Press/Balkema. 2016. p. 25-32. (Applied System Innovation - Proceedings of the International Conference on Applied System Innovation, ICASI 2015).