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Mechanisms of Controlled Growth Of Metallic Nanocrystals

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  01 February 2011

Victor F Puntes
Affiliation:
College of Chemistry & Dept. of Matl. Sci., U.C. Berkeley, 94720 USA
Zoltan Konya
Affiliation:
College of Chemistry & Dept. of Matl. Sci., U.C. Berkeley, 94720 USA
Can Erdonmez
Affiliation:
College of Chemistry & Dept. of Matl. Sci., U.C. Berkeley, 94720 USA
J. Zhu
Affiliation:
College of Chemistry & Dept. of Matl. Sci., U.C. Berkeley, 94720 USA
Gabor A. Somorjai
Affiliation:
College of Chemistry & Dept. of Matl. Sci., U.C. Berkeley, 94720 USA
A. Paul Alivisatos
Affiliation:
College of Chemistry & Dept. of Matl. Sci., U.C. Berkeley, 94720 USA
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Abstract

Spherical and cubic Pt nanoparticles and spherical, cubic and disk-shaped Co nanocrystals are produced by reduction of Pt2+-ion and decomposition of organometallic reagents in a hot solvent in presence of the surfactant molecules respectively. This displays the ability to control crystal growth and produce a range of nanoparticle shapes in the case of two different metallic elements.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 2002

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