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|Title:||Morphosynthesis and ornamentation of 3D dendritic nanoarchitectures|
|Citation:||Zhang, Z., Shao, X., Yu, H., Wang, Y., Han, M. (2005-01-25). Morphosynthesis and ornamentation of 3D dendritic nanoarchitectures. Chemistry of Materials 17 (2) : 332-336. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/cm048436r|
|Abstract:||Complex 3D dendritic nanoarchitectures of copper hydroxide built up of ultrathin nanosheets have been synthesized progressively under nearly sustained supersaturation of impurity-free nutrients that are supplied statically from the natural oxidation of copper metal. Adjacent dendritic nanoarchitectures can further expand and eventually self-organize/merge themselves into impressive bicontinuous networks through the reaction-volume-controlled growth in formamide aqueous solution. When the simplest amino acid, glycine, was used as organic additive, high-order, shell-ornamented dendritic nanoarchitectures can be fabricated accordingly. A clear perspective is shown here that more complex nanostructured materials could be chemically synthesized under nearly sustained supersaturation and further decorated when biological molecules are used as templates.|
|Source Title:||Chemistry of Materials|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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