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. Oscillating dipoles induced by electromagnetic radiation of gold nanoparticles.
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Similarly, as shown in Figure (C1 to C4), the TEM results of GNPs synthesized at 70°C show the same tendency in particle size and size distribution in presence of different NaOH amount. The dosage of NaOH influences the particle size distribution, and the optimal alkali concentration should be 8.8 mM for the most uniform nanoparticles. The reaction under 9.9 mM NaOH needs a long time heating after citrate addition and produces broadly size distributed GNPs (Figure C4). Optical photos of these gold colloids are shown in the inset of Figure . The color of samples prepared under 7.7 and 8.8 mM NaOH is similar, which is slightly different from that of samples prepared at 6.6 and 9.9 mM NaOH. The sample prepared at 5.5 mM NaOH was dark red while that prepared under 11 mM NaOH was cyan due to the aggregation and precipitation of nanoparticles. The SPR peaks (Figure S2 in Additional file ) of the gold colloids obtained after different reaction times showed that the gold colloids synthesized at optimal conditions (NaOH 7.7 to 8.8 mM) had SPR peaks around 520 nm and the reaction time should be 20 to 25 min.

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