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Chemically induced self-assembly of spherical and anisotropic inorganic nanocrystals

Chemically induced self-assembly of spherical and anisotropic inorganic nanocrystals
Chemically induced self-assembly of spherical and anisotropic inorganic nanocrystals
The self-assembly of inorganic nanoparticles is a research area of great interest aiming at the fabrication
of unique mesostructured materials with intrinsic properties. Although many assembly strategies have been reported
over the years, chemically induced self-assembly remains one of the dominant approaches to achieve a high level
of nanoparticle organization. In this feature article we review the latest developments in assembly driven
by the active manipulation of nanoparticle surface.
16694-16703
Baranov, Dmtry
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Manna, Liberato
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Kanaras, Antonios G.
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Baranov, Dmtry
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Manna, Liberato
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Kanaras, Antonios G.
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Baranov, Dmtry, Manna, Liberato and Kanaras, Antonios G. (2011) Chemically induced self-assembly of spherical and anisotropic inorganic nanocrystals. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 21 (42), 16694-16703. (doi:10.1039/c1jm11599e).

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The self-assembly of inorganic nanoparticles is a research area of great interest aiming at the fabrication
of unique mesostructured materials with intrinsic properties. Although many assembly strategies have been reported
over the years, chemically induced self-assembly remains one of the dominant approaches to achieve a high level
of nanoparticle organization. In this feature article we review the latest developments in assembly driven
by the active manipulation of nanoparticle surface.

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Published date: 2011
Organisations: Quantum, Light & Matter Group

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Local EPrints ID: 358661
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/358661
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ORCID for Antonios G. Kanaras: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-9847-6706

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Date deposited: 10 Oct 2013 13:52
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:37

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Author: Dmtry Baranov
Author: Liberato Manna

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