Plasmonic hybridization in a gold-silver alloy nanodisks array results in a pair of high and low energy LSPR modes. This high energy mode is applied for colorimetric detection of sub-nM and sub-monolayer biotin-streptavidin surface binding using a smartphone camera.
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