Themed collection: Multicomponent plasmonic hybrid nanoarchitectures

Read our new collection in Nanoscale Advances

We are delighted to introduce our new themed collection focusing on multicomponent plasmonic hybrid nanoarchitectures with precisely tailored properties for emerging applications!

Guest Edited by Hao Jing (George Mason University, USA)

This collection in Nanoscale Advances features burgeoning research on a variety of multifunctional plasmonic nanoparticles with synergistically reinforced properties. Articles cover the rational design, synthesis and characterization of multicomponent plasmonic hybrid nanoarchitectures with tailored chemical and physical properties, as well as their utilization in a wide variety of applications.


A small selection of the papers are featured below, all open access.

Raman encoding for security labels: a review
Dong Yu, Wei Zhu and Ai-Guo Shen
Nanoscale Adv., 2023, 5, 6365-6381

Correlating structural changes in thermoresponsive hydrogels to the optical response of embedded plasmonic nanoparticles
Kamila Zygadlo, Chung-Hao Liu, Emmanuel Reynoso Bernardo, Huayue Ai, Mu-Ping Nieh and Lindsey A. Hanson
Nanoscale Adv., 2024, 6, 146-154

Bimetallic copper palladium nanorods: plasmonic properties and palladium content effects
Andrey Ten, Claire A. West, Soojin Jeong, Elizabeth R. Hopper, Yi Wang, Baixu Zhu, Quentin M. Ramasse, Xingchen Ye and Emilie Ringe
Nanoscale Adv., 2023, 5, 6524-6532


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