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题名: Electrodeposition of hierarchical Ag on nanoporous GaN and its surface enhanced Raman scattering application
作者: Zhao, Y(赵宇); Qin, SJ(秦双娇); Peng, F(彭飞); Pan, GB(潘革波)
通讯作者: Pan, GB (潘革波)
关键词: Electrodeposition ; Gallium nitride ; Raman ; Silver ; Nano/microstructure
刊名: MATERIALS LETTERS
发表日期: 2015
DOI: 10.1016/j.matlet.2015.04.036
卷: 153, 页:4
收录类别: SCI
部门归属: 学科交叉综合研究部
英文摘要: Nanoporous GaN generated by photo-assisted electrochemical etching was used as template for electrodeposition of hierarchical Ag. The multilevel structures of deposits were confirmed by SEM, and further structurally characterized by XRD. Moreover, surface enhanced Raman scattering characterization revealed a low detection limit of 10(-12) M for Rhodamine 6G and an enhancement factor of similar to 10(7) by using the as-fabricated hierarchical Ag/GaN substrates. (C) 2015 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
语种: 英语
JCR小类分区: 二区
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URI标识: http://ir.sinano.ac.cn/handle/332007/3331
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Zhao, Y,Qin, SJ,Peng, F,et al. Electrodeposition of hierarchical Ag on nanoporous GaN and its surface enhanced Raman scattering application[J]. MATERIALS LETTERS,2015,153:4.
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