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In this paper, we report a facile route, the tin vapor treatment method, to prepare tin oxide containing mesoporous silica composites (TOMS), which display room-temperature photoluminescence (RT-PL). Among them, TOMS-1 and TOMS-2 were synthesized from mesoporous silica SBA-15 and KIT-6, respectively. They are composed of amorphous SiO2 and tin oxide species and they display strong emission near ultraviolet (UV) when excited by UV light. By increasing the preparation temperature, their Sn content can be increased and subsequently their photoluminescence (PL) intensities can be greatly enhanced. Besides, their PL properties are revealed to be closely related to 2-fold-coordinated tin oxygen-deficient centers.
A simple approach has been developed for the synthesis of Au@CdS core-shell nanoparticles by a direct self-assembling process. Stable Au@CdS composite colloids were prepared by thiourea, as a double-functional reagent that acted as the linkage agent between Cd2+ ions and gold nanoparticles. The CdS-capped gold composite nanoparticles were successfully integrated into BaTiO3 films. A significant enhancement of third-order nonlinear optical susceptibility in the Au@CdS nanoparticles with core-shell structure is reported. To compare the effect of enhanced nonlinear response, single gold or CdS nanoparticles embedded in BaTiO3 films were also prepared.
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