Collective dipolar interactions in self-assembled magnetic binary nanocrystal superlattice membranes.

@article{Chen2010CollectiveDI,
  title={Collective dipolar interactions in self-assembled magnetic binary nanocrystal superlattice membranes.},
  author={Jun Chen and Angang Dong and Jing Cai and Xingchen Ye and Yijin Kang and James Makoto Kikkawa and Christopher B. Murray},
  journal={Nano letters},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 12},
  pages={
          5103-8
        }
}
Co-assembly of two types of nanocrystals (NCs) into binary NC superlattices (BNSLs) provides a solution-based, inexpensive way to create novel metamaterials with rationally designed properties. The fundamental challenge is to probe and understand the nature and extent of complex interparticle interactions present in BNSLs, which can lead to collective properties that differ from their dispersed constituents or phase-separated counterparts. Here, we report the growth and magnetic… CONTINUE READING
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