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Ultra-large-scale syntheses of monodisperse nanocrystals
This work is able to synthesize as much as 40 g of monodisperse nanocrystals in a single reaction, without a size-sorting process, and the particle size could be controlled simply by varying the experimental conditions.
Large-scale synthesis of uniform and extremely small-sized iron oxide nanoparticles for high-resolution T1 magnetic resonance imaging contrast agents.
In the in vivo T(1)-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ESIONs showed longer circulation time than the clinically used gadolinium complex-based contrast agent, enabling high-resolution imaging and demonstrating the potential of ESions as T( 1) MRI contrast agents in clinical settings.
Magnetic fluorescent delivery vehicle using uniform mesoporous silica spheres embedded with monodisperse magnetic and semiconductor nanocrystals.
The magnetic separation, luminescent detection, and controlled release of drugs were demonstrated using the uniform mesoporous silica spheres embedded with monodisperse nanocrystals.
Ising-Type Magnetic Ordering in Atomically Thin FePS3.
It is demonstrated that FePS3 exhibits an Ising-type antiferromagnetic ordering down to the monolayer limit, in good agreement with the Onsager solution for two-dimensional order-disorder transition.
Kinetics of monodisperse iron oxide nanocrystal formation by "heating-up" process.
The theoretical work showed that the "heating-up" and "hot injection" processes could be understood within the same theoretical framework in which they share the characteristics of nucleation and growth stages.
Simple synthesis of functionalized superparamagnetic magnetite/silica core/shell nanoparticles and their application as magnetically separable high-performance biocatalysts.
The resulting hybrid composites are magnetically separable, highly active, and stable under harsh shaking conditions for more than 15 days.
Large‐Scale Synthesis of Uniform and Crystalline Magnetite Nanoparticles Using Reverse Micelles as Nanoreactors under Reflux Conditions
We have synthesized uniform and highly crystalline magnetite nanoparticles from the reaction of iron salts in microemulsion nanoreactors. The particle size can be controlled from 2 nm to 10 nm by
Generalized synthesis of metal phosphide nanorods via thermal decomposition of continuously delivered metal-phosphine complexes using a syringe pump.
Uniform-sized nanorods of transition metal phosphides from the thermal decomposition of continuously delivered metal-phosphine complexes using a syringe pump were synthesized, and some of the nanorod exhibited different magnetic characteristics compared to the bulk counterparts.