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In this study, gold nanoparticle samples were prepared by the chemical reduction method (seed-growth) with 4 ratios (10, 12, 15 and 18) ml of seed, and the growth was stationary at 40 ml. The optical and structural properties of these samples were studied. The 18 ml seed sample showed the highest absorbance. The X- ray diffraction (XRD) patterns of these samples showed clear peaks at (38.25o, 44.5o, 64.4o, and 77.95o). The UV-visible showed that the absorbance of all the samples was in the same range as the standard AuNPs. The field emission-scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM) showed the shape of AuNPs as nanorods and the particle size between 30-50 nm. Rhodamine-610 (RhB) was prepared at 10-5 M concentration, the optical measurements were studied, AuNPs and RhB were mixed at ratios (1:1, 1:2, 1:3), and the fluorescence measurements were done. Full width at half maximum (FHWM) and the intensity of RhB after mixing were changed, and this result showed significant efficacy for many applications. The study shows that this mixing could be used after doping with polymer as a random gain medium or saturation absorber for pulse laser generation.
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