28 August 2008 Novel hybrid nanostructures for photonic and energy applications
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There has been significant interest in the development of multicomponent nanocrystals formed by the assembly of two or more different materials with control over size, shape, composition, and spatial orientation. In particular, the selective growth of metals on the tips of semiconductor nanorods and wires can act to couple the electrical and optical properties of semiconductors with the unique properties of various metals. Here, we outline our progress on the solution-phase synthesis of metal-semiconductor heterojunctions formed by the growth of Au, Pt, or other binary catalytic metal systems on Cd- and Pb-calcogenide nanocrystals.
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Susan E. Habas, Taleb Mokari, "Novel hybrid nanostructures for photonic and energy applications", Proc. SPIE 7030, Nanophotonic Materials V, 703002 (28 August 2008); doi: 10.1117/12.801201; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.801201
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