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Cademartiri L., Malakooti R., O'Brien P. G., Migliori A., Petrov S., Kherani N. P., Ozin G. A. Large-scale synthesis of ultrathin Bi2S3 necklace nanowires. In: Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, vol. 47 pp. 3814 - 3817. Wiley-V C H Verlag Gmbh, 2008.
 
 
Abstract
(English)
One of the most fascinating areas of nanoscience is the study of one-dimensional nanostructures. From our materials chemistry viewpoint the idea of bringing the size of nanowires down to a point where nanoscale colloidal analogues of polymers can be studied is most stimulating. This direction has been the subject of intense study that promises to develop a new class of materials in which the topological properties of polymers can be coupled with quantum size effects and inorganic crystalline materials.[2, 3] Our strategy goes in a singular direction: instead of connecting nanocrystals by ligand chemistry[4] or dipole interactions[5] we aim to synthesize colloidal nanowires thin enough to display polymer-like behavior.
DOI: 10.1002/anie.200705034
Subject Bismuth
Colloids
Nanostructures
Nanowires
Quantum confinement


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