Fabrication and mechanical properties of large-scale freestanding nanoparticle membranes.

@article{He2010FabricationAM,
  title={Fabrication and mechanical properties of large-scale freestanding nanoparticle membranes.},
  author={Jinbo He and P. Kanjanaboos and N. L. Frazer and A. Weis and Xiao-Min Lin and Heinrich M. Jaeger},
  journal={Small},
  year={2010},
  volume={6 13},
  pages={
          1449-56
        }
}
  • Jinbo He, P. Kanjanaboos, +3 authors Heinrich M. Jaeger
  • Published 2010
  • Materials Science, Medicine
  • Small
  • Thin-film membranes consisting of nanoparticles are of interest in applications ranging from nanosieves to electric, magnetic, or photonic devices and sensors. However, the fabrication of large-scale membranes in a simple but controlled way has remained a challenge, due to the limited understanding of their mechanical properties. Systematic experiments on ultrathin, freestanding nanoparticle membranes of different core materials, core sizes, and capping ligands are reported. The results… CONTINUE READING
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