Figure 2 – Sulfur-containing compounds for gold surfaces
Thioctic acid (also known as lipoic acid), cystamine, 2-mercaptoactic acid, and 2-mercaptoethylamine (MEA) are common sulfur-containing compounds used for attachment of hydrophilic groups to gold surfaces such as those found in quantum dots.
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