Metallic copper colloids by reductive laser ablation of nonmetallic copper precursor suspensions.

Abstract

Pulsed laser ablation in liquids (PLAL) has developed to a convenient and efficient method for the synthesis of colloidal solutions. So far, in most cases, the laser pulse is focused on bulk targets like metal plates. An interesting alternative is the use of suspended μm-sized precursors. This leads to higher production rates and simpler setups. A thorough… (More)
DOI: 10.1021/jp501123y

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@article{Schaumberg2014MetallicCC, title={Metallic copper colloids by reductive laser ablation of nonmetallic copper precursor suspensions.}, author={Christian Alexander Schaumberg and Markus Wollgarten and Klaus Rademann}, journal={The journal of physical chemistry. A}, year={2014}, volume={118 37}, pages={8329-37} }