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Adaptive silver films (ASFs) have been studied as a substrate for protein microarrays. Vacuum evaporated silver films fabricated at certain range of evaporation parameters allow fine rearrangement of the silver nanostructure under protein depositions in buffer solution. Proteins restructure and stabilize the ASF to increase the surface-enhanced Raman(More)
Two new metal antimony oxychlorides, Sb(2)ZnO(3)Cl(2) and Sb(16)Cd(8)O(25)Cl(14), have been synthesized by solid-state reactions using Sb(2)O(3) and ZnCl(2) (or CdCl(2)) as reagents. The structures of Sb(2)ZnO(3)Cl(2) and Sb(16)Cd(8)O(25)Cl(14) have been determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. Both of the reported materials contain Sb(3+) cations(More)
A new layered bismuth tellurium oxychloride, Bi(3)Te(4)O(10)Cl(5) has been synthesized by a solid-state reaction under vacuum using Bi(2)O(3), TeO(2), and TeCl(4) as reagents. The structure of Bi(3)Te(4)O(10)Cl(5) has been determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. Bi(3)Te(4)O(10)Cl(5) contains two different lone pair cations, Bi(3+) and Te(4+) that(More)
A new highly symmetric layered lead chloride material, Cs(2)PbCl(2)(NO(3))(2) has been synthesized by a hydrothermal reaction method using Pb(NO(3))(2), CsCl, and water at 240 degrees C. The structure has been determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. Cs(2)PbCl(2)(NO(3))(2) has a novel two-dimensional layered structure containing PbO(4)Cl(4) polyhedra(More)
A new pseudo-two-dimensional compound, BaGa(2)O(2)(OH)(4), containing pure inorganic helical chains has been synthesized under hydrothermal reaction conditions using Ba(OH)(2).8H(2)O, Ga(2)O(3), and H(2)O as reagents. Further characterizations as well as a reversible transformation reaction to BaGa(2)O(4) and H(2)O are discussed.
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