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Jeon J-W, Ledin PA, Geldmeier JA, Ponder JF, Mahmoud MA, El-Sayed M, Reynolds JR, Tsukruk VV. Electrically Controlled Plasmonic Behavior of Gold Nanocube@ Polyaniline Nanostructures: Transparent Plasmonic Aggregates. Chem. Mater. 2016 .
Mahmoud MA, Chamanzar M, Adibi A, El-Sayed MA. Effect of the Dielectric Constant of the Surrounding Medium and the Substrate on the Surface Plasmon Resonance Spectrum and Sensitivity Factors of Highly Symmetric Systems: Silver Nanocubes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 2012 ;134:6434-6442.
Zhang S, Xiong R, Mahmoud MA, Quigley E, Chang H, El-Sayed MA, Tsukruk VV. Dual-excitation nanocellulose-plasmonic membranes for molecular and cellular SERS detection. ACS applied materials & interfaces. 2018 .
Mahmoud MA, El-Sayed MA. Different Plasmon Sensing Behavior of Silver and Gold Nanorods. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2013 ;4:1541-1545.
Mahmoud MA, Szymanski P, El-Sayed MA. Different Methods of Increasing the Mechanical Strength of Gold Nanocages. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2012 ;3:3527-3531.
Mahmoud MA, Garlyyev B, El-Sayed MA. Determining the Mechanism of Solution Metallic Nanocatalysis with Solid and Hollow Nanoparticles: Homogeneous or Heterogeneous. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2013 ;117:21886-21893.
Mahmoud MA, EL-Sayed MA. Comparative study of the assemblies and the resulting plasmon fields of Langmuir-Blodgett assembled monolayers of silver nanocubes and gold nanocages. Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 2008 ;112:14618-14625.
Li XX, Blinn K, Fang YC, Liu MF, Mahmoud MA, Cheng S, Bottomley LA, El-Sayed M, Liu ML. Application of surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy to the study of SOFC electrode surfaces. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2012 ;14:5919-5923.
Mahmoud MA, EL-Sayed MA. Aggregation of Gold Nanoframes Reduces, Rather Than Enhances, SERS Efficiency Due to the Trade-Off of the Inter- and Intraparticle Plasmonic Fields. Nano Letters. 2009 ;9:3025-3031.