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Abstract

STUDY OF THE GOLD NANOCRYSTALLINE THIN FILMS PRODUCED AT THE WATER/TOLUENE INTERFACE

*Enteisar Albrasi and Fathia Mohammed Essa Albrasi

ABSTRACT

This study describes a quick and simple approach for producing gold nanocrystalline films at ambient temperature. By employing this straightforward and novel technique of monolayered, thin films comprising Au nanocrystalline adhered over extremely wide portions of the interface between water and toluene, stable aqueous sols of gold containing HAuCl4 and C6H5Na3O7 were maintained in contact with octylamine in toluene. Advanced methods, including UV-vis spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, and transmission electron microscopy (TEM), were used to examine the size and crystallinity of thin film deposits.

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