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glutathione-stabilized AuAgS/Ag2S nanocluster aqueous solution

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Composition

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AuAgS/Ag2S nanocrystals

Type Nano Material
Formula
Role core
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L-glutathione (reduced)

glutathione (reduced) reduced L-glutathione reduced glutathione L-glutathione γ-Glu-Cys-Gly glutathione L-GSH GSH
Type Single Compound
Formula C10H17N3O6S
Role layer

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Preparation

Method 1

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glutathione-stabilized AuAgS/Ag2S nanocluster aqueous solution

Method 2

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Starting materials
  • sodium thiosulfate
  • gold trichloride hydrochloride trihydrate
  • water
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