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Relationship of the nanocrystal morphology and atomistic structure with respect to the superstructure ordering within PbS- and Gold-Mesocrystals

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  14 July 2014

Lydia Bahrig
Affiliation:
Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden, Bergstraße 66b, 01062 Dresden
Danny Haubold
Affiliation:
Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden, Bergstraße 66b, 01062 Dresden
Falk Röder
Affiliation:
Speziallabor Triebenberg, TU Dresden, Zum Triebenberg 50, 01328 Dresden
Stephen G. Hickey
Affiliation:
Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden, Bergstraße 66b, 01062 Dresden
Alexander Eychmüller
Affiliation:
Physical Chemistry, TU Dresden, Bergstraße 66b, 01062 Dresden
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Abstract

The relationship between nanoparticle geometry and their two dimensional assembly is investigated in order to provide insights into the three dimensional arrangement of mesocrystals. The crystal structure of the nanoparticles and their homogeneity are investigated during structure formation on the mesoscale whereby effects such as fibrillation have been observed.

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