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|Title:||Facile solution route to vertically aligned, selective growth of ZnO nanostructure arrays|
|Source:||Wang, C.H., Wong, A.S.W., Ho, G.W. (2007-11-20). Facile solution route to vertically aligned, selective growth of ZnO nanostructure arrays. Langmuir 23 (24) : 11960-11963. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/la702296q|
|Abstract:||For any future cost-effective applications of inorganic nanostructures, in particular, hybrid photovoltaic cells, it is essential that these inorganic nanomaterials be solution processable and selectively printable. This letter reports the selective growth of single-crystal ZnO nanostructures based on the microcontact printing of an inorganic nanocrystal seeding film. The pattern-transfer quality is dependent on the concentration of the inking solution. Variable yet controllable anisotropic growth of ZnO nanowires has been demonstrated on the transferred patterns of ZnO nanocrystal films. The patterning and growth of these highly ordered arrays of ZnO nanostructures employ a simple soft lithography technique and mild reaction conditions at low temperature and in the absence of harmful organic additives. © 2007 American Chemical Society.|
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