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Unusual dealloying effect in gold/copper alloy thin films: the role of defects and column boundaries in the formation of nanoporous gold.
Understanding the dealloying mechanisms of gold-based alloy thin films resulting in the formation of nanoporous gold with a sponge-like structure is essential for the future design and integration ofExpand
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Recombination stability in polycrystalline Cu2ZnSnSe4 thin films
Time-resolved photoluminescence analysis shows that as-grown Cu2ZnSnSe4 (CZTSe) thin films degrade when they are exposed to air. The analysis of the films prior to degradation reveals relatively longExpand
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Highly ordered hollow oxide nanostructures: the Kirkendall effect at the nanoscale.
Highly ordered ultra-long oxide nanotubes are fabricated by a simple two-step strategy involving the growth of copper nanowires on nanopatterned template substrates by magnetron sputtering, followedExpand
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The Kirkendall effect and nanoscience: hollow nanospheres and nanotubes
Summary Hollow nanostructures are ranked among the top materials for applications in various modern technological areas including energy storage devices, catalyst, optics and sensors. The last yearsExpand
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Electron beam nanosculpting of Kirkendall oxide nanochannels.
The nanomanipulation of metal nanoparticles inside oxide nanotubes, synthesized by means of the Kirkendall effect, is demonstrated. In this strategy, a focused electron beam, extracted from aExpand
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Planar Arrays of Nanoporous Gold Nanowires: When Electrochemical Dealloying Meets Nanopatterning.
Nanoporous materials are of great interest for various technological applications including sensors based on surface-enhanced Raman scattering, catalysis, and biotechnology. Currently, tremendousExpand
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Creating nanoporosity in silver nanocolumns by direct exposure to radio-frequency air plasma.
Nanoporous materials are of great importance for a broad range of applications including catalysis, optical sensors and water filtration. Although several approaches already exist for the creation ofExpand
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Growth control, structure, chemical state, and photoresponse of CuO-CdS core-shell heterostructure nanowires.
The growth of single-crystal CuO nanowires by thermal annealing of copper thin films in air is studied. We show that the density, length, and diameter of the nanowires can be controlled by tuning theExpand
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Titanium carbide/carbon composite nanofibers prepared by a plasma process.
The incorporation of metal or metal carbide nanoparticles into carbon nanofibers modifies their properties and enlarges their field of application. The purpose of this work is to report a newExpand
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Highly ordered ultralong magnetic nanowires wrapped in stacked graphene layers
Summary We report on the synthesis and magnetic characterization of ultralong (1 cm) arrays of highly ordered coaxial nanowires with nickel cores and graphene stacking shells (also known asExpand
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