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DNA-programmable nanoparticle crystallization
It was first shown more than ten years ago that DNA oligonucleotides can be attached to gold nanoparticles rationally to direct the formation of larger assemblies. Since then,Expand
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Nanoparticle Superlattice Engineering with DNA
Design rules allow the synthesis of nanoparticle-DNA superlattices in nine different lattices. A current limitation in nanoparticle superlattice engineering is that the identities of the particlesExpand
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Structural Analysis of Block Copolymer Thin Films with Grazing Incidence Small-Angle X-ray Scattering
The grazing incidence small-angle X-ray scattering (GISAXS) from structures within a thin film on a substrate is generally a superposition of the two scatterings generated by the two X-ray beamsExpand
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DNA-nanoparticle superlattices formed from anisotropic building blocks.
Directional bonding interactions in solid-state atomic lattices dictate the unique symmetries of atomic crystals, resulting in a diverse and complex assortment of three-dimensional structures thatExpand
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Self-assembly of self-limiting monodisperse supraparticles from polydisperse nanoparticles.
Nanoparticles are known to self-assemble into larger structures through growth processes that typically occur continuously and depend on the uniformity of the individual nanoparticles. Here, we showExpand
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When function follows form: Effects of donor copolymer side chains on film morphology and BHJ solar cell performance.
Detailed structural organization in organic films are investigated using grazing incidence X-ray scattering (GIXS) methods. The key structural features are revealed and the influence of specific sideExpand
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Anisotropic nanoparticle complementarity in DNA-mediated co-crystallization.
Whether two species will co-crystallize depends on the chemical, physical and structural complementarity of the interacting components. Here, by using DNA as a surface ligand, we selectivelyExpand
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The role of order, nanocrystal size, and capping ligands in the collective mechanical response of three-dimensional nanocrystal solids.
Chemically synthesized PbS, CdSe, and CoPt(3) nanocrystals (NCs) were self-assembled into highly periodic supercrystals. Using the combination of small-angle X-ray scattering, X-ray photoelectronExpand
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Assembly of tobacco mosaic virus into fibrous and macroscopic bundled arrays mediated by surface aniline polymerization.
One-dimensional (1D) polyaniline/tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) composite nanofibers and macroscopic bundles of such fibers were generated via a self-assembly process of TMV assisted by in-situExpand
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