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Issue 15, 2012
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Highly controlled synthesis of nanometric gold particles by citrate reduction using the short mixing, heating and quenching times achievable in a microfluidic device

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Abstract

Homodispersed 1.8 nm gold nanoparticles were obtained reproducibly in high yields using the classical Turkevich protocol at a high concentration in a continuous flow capillary reactor. The microfluidic reactor made from commercially available items permitted short mixing, heating and quenching times which are the key parameters of this synthesis.

Graphical abstract: Highly controlled synthesis of nanometric gold particles by citrate reduction using the short mixing, heating and quenching times achievable in a microfluidic device

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Submitted
05 Nov 2011
Accepted
28 Apr 2012
First published
14 May 2012

Nanoscale, 2012,4, 4450-4454
Article type
Communication

Highly controlled synthesis of nanometric gold particles by citrate reduction using the short mixing, heating and quenching times achievable in a microfluidic device

J. Ftouni, M. Penhoat, A. Addad, E. Payen, C. Rolando and J. Girardon, Nanoscale, 2012, 4, 4450
DOI: 10.1039/C2NR11666A

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