Deep Learning Accelerated Gold Nanocluster Synthesis

@article{Li2018DeepLA,
  title={Deep Learning Accelerated Gold Nanocluster Synthesis},
  author={Jiali Li and Tiankai Chen and Kaizhuo Lim and Lingtong Chen and Saif A. Khan and Jianping Xie and Xiaonan Wang},
  journal={Advanced Intelligent Systems},
  year={2018},
  volume={1}
}
The understanding of inorganic reactions, especially those far from the equilibrium state, is relatively limited due to the inherent complexity. Poor understanding of the underlying synthetic chemistry constrains the design of efficient synthesis routes toward the desired final products, especially those at atomic precision. Using the synthesis of atomically precise gold nanoclusters as a demonstration platform, a deep learning framework for guiding material synthesis is successfully developed… 

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