Crystal Splitting in the Growth of Bi

@inproceedings{Tang2006CrystalSI,
  title={Crystal Splitting in the Growth of Bi},
  author={Jing Tang and A Paul Alivisatos},
  year={2006}
}
Novel Bi2S3 nanostructures with a sheaf-like morphology are obtained via reaction of bismuth acetate-oleic acid complex with elemental sulfur in 1-octadecence. We propose these structures form by the splitting crystal growth mechanism, which is known to account for the morphology some mineral crystals assume in nature. By controlling the synthetic parameters, different forms of splitting, analogous to observed in minerals, are obtained in our case of Bi2S3. These new and complex Bi2S3… CONTINUE READING

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