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Gold coated microscope slide

layer thickness 100 Å, 99.999% (Au)

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99.9% (Ti)
99.999% (Au)

L × W × thickness

3 in. × 1 in. × 0.7 mm

layer thickness

100 Å


380-700, >91% (for the glass microscope slide alone, 55-59% @ 500 nm with the Ti/Au coating)

refractive index

n20/400 1.52 (lit.)

matrix attachment

Titanium, as adhesion layer used to bind the gold to the aluminosilicate glass cover slip

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Titanium adhesion layer used to bind the gold to an aluminasilicate glass microscope slide. Titanium thickness ~20 angstroms.
Gold coated microscope slide can be used as a substrate material that facilitates the formation of highly active surfaces for surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) measurements.

Features and Benefits

The gold surface shows a tendency towards <111> orientation.

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Preparing Self-Assembled Monolayers

Self-assembled monolayers (SAMs) of thiols are prepared by immersing a clean gold substrate into a dilute solution of the desired thiol.

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