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Shape matters in the case of cobalt nanoparticles

...xposure to the illuminating beam of a transmission electron microscope, the nanocubes melt together, forming nanowires that are no longer separable as individual...lting point, Hight Walker says. However, the sharp edges and corners in the nanocubes could be the locations to initiate melting. While Walker says that the ...

Nano-tetherball biosensor precisely detects glucose

...ith gold, which is compatible with biological molecules. The researchers then attached a protein called streptavidin onto the gold-coated palladium nanocubes and attached another protein called biotin to the streptavidin. The biotin-streptavidin combination is commonly used in laboratory techniques to analy...
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Observation of Fano asymmetry in Raman spectra of SrTiO and CaSrTiO ...

However, nanocubes of with an edge length of show strong first-order Raman ... They are approximately nanocubes, with lengths ranging from. ...

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solid and hollow nanocubes have been fabricated by a one-step hydrothermal ... The next procedure is similar to that of the fabrication of solid nanocubes. ...

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Silver nanocubes 30-50 nm in diameter have been synthesized using a polyol ... capped silver nanocubes resulted in some ... The nanocubes no longer existed. ...

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nanocubes by controlling the concentra- tion of precursors in the ... nanocubes was controlled by varying the. concentration of surfactant and the order ...

CiteULike: Microwave-Assisted Synthesis of Titania Nanocubes ...

Dye degradation ability for nanocubes was found to be superior to the spheres ... Synthesis of Titania Nanocubes, Nanospheres and Nanorods for Photocatalytic Dye ...
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