Encapsulating gold nanoparticles in zeolitic imidazolate framework crystal for novel optical response

  title={Encapsulating gold nanoparticles in zeolitic imidazolate framework crystal for novel optical response},
  author={Thi Tan Pham and Long N. Le and Hoa Ngoc Nguyen and Thoa Thi Kim Luong and Thanh Ngoc Pham and Ha L. Nguyen and Truong Khang Nguyen},

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