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  1. We present synthesis, structure and magnetic properties of structurally well-ordered single-crystalline β-MnO2nanorods of 50–100 nm diameter and several µm length. Thorough structural characterization shows that ...

    Authors: HaeJin Kim, JinBae Lee, Young-Min Kim, Myung-Hwa Jung, Z. Jagličić, P. Umek and J. Dolinšek

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2007 2:81

    Content type: Nano Express

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  2. A single-step approach for the synthesis of multi-walled nanotubes (MWNT) filled with nanowires of Ni/ternary Zr based hydrogen storage alloy has been illustrated. We also demonstrate the generation of CO-free...

    Authors: M. M. Shaijumon, A. Leela Mohana Reddy and S. Ramaprabhu

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2007 2:75

    Content type: Nano Express

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  3. We show that a nanopore in a silicon membrane connected to a voltage source can be used as an electrically tunable ion filter. By applying a voltage between the heavily doped semiconductor and the electrolyte,...

    Authors: Julien Vidal, Maria E. Gracheva and Jean-Pierre Leburton

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:61

    Content type: Nano Express

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  4. We report on the correlation between the nanocrystal and surface alloy properties with the bimetallic composition of gold-platinum(AuPt) nanoparticles. The fundamental understanding of whether the AuPt nanocry...

    Authors: Derrick Mott, Jin Luo, Andrew Smith, Peter N. Njoki, Lingyan Wang and Chuan-Jian Zhong

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:12

    Content type: Nano Express

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  5. The foils laminate approach can be implemented to grow bi-directional porous pattern from both the top and bottom surfaces of an aluminum foil. It was intuitively inferred that leakage of etchant from the clam...

    Authors: Jen-Yi Fan, Ming-Chun Chien and Gou-Jen Wang

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:49

    Content type: Nano Express

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  6. Single crystalline silver nanoparticles have been synthesized by thermal decomposition of silver oxalate in water and in ethylene glycol. Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) was employed as a capping agent. The particles ...

    Authors: S. Navaladian, B. Viswanathan, R. P. Viswanath and T. K. Varadarajan

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:44

    Content type: Nano Express

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  7. We report on the first application of silica-gold nanoshells to a solid-phase dot immunoassay. The assay principle is based on staining of a drop (1 µl) analyte on a nitrocellulose membrane strip by using sili...

    Authors: Boris Khlebtsov, Lev Dykman, Vladimir Bogatyrev, Vladimir Zharov and Nikolai Khlebtsov

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:6

    Content type: Nano Express

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  8. Shape and size of the synthesized NiO nano-sheets were retained during transformation of sheet-like β-Ni(OH)2to NiO at elevated temperatures via nano-sized zirconia coating on the surface of β-Ni(OH)2. The averag...

    Authors: Ming-Yao Cheng and Bing-Joe Hwang

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:28

    Content type: Nano Express

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  9. The reaction of pentaethoxy niobate, Nb(OEt)5, at elevated temperature (800 °C) under autogenic pressure provides a chemical route to niobium oxide nanorods coated with amorphous carbon. This synthetic approach y...

    Authors: P. P. George, V. G. Pol and A. Gedanken

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:17

    Content type: Nano Express

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  10. Ethylene propylene diene terpolymer (EPDM)/MgAl layered double hydroxide (LDH) nanocomposites have been synthesized by solution intercalation using organically modified LDH (DS-LDH). The molecular level disper...

    Authors: H. Acharya, S. K. Srivastava and Anil K. Bhowmick

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 2:1

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  11. We report on the experimental observation of bright photoluminescence emission at room temperature from single unstrained GaAs quantum dots (QDs). The linewidth of a single-QD ground-state emission (≈ 8.5 meV)...

    Authors: M Benyoucef, A Rastelli, OG Schmidt, SM Ulrich and P Michler

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:172

    Content type: Original paper

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  12. We report in this review on the electronic continuum states of semiconductor Quantum Wells and Quantum Dots and highlight the decisive part played by the virtual bound states in the optical properties of these...

    Authors: R. Ferreira and G. Bastard

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:120

    Content type: Nano Review

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  13. There is intense and growing interest in one-dimensional (1-D) nanostructures from the perspective of their synthesis and unique properties, especially with respect to their excellent optical response and an a...

    Authors: Harry E. Ruda, John C. Polanyi, Jody S.Y. Yang, Zhanghua Wu, Usha Philipose, Tao Xu, Susan Yang, K.L. Kavanagh, J.Q. Liu, L. Yang, Y. Wang, Kevin Robbie, J. Yang, K. Kaminska, D.G. Cooke, F.A. Hegmann…

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:99

    Content type: Nano Review

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  14. An atomic-force microscope assisted technique is developed to control the position and size of self-assembled semiconductor quantum dots (QDs). Presently, the site precision is as good as ± 1.5 nm and the size...

    Authors: HZ Song, T Usuki, T Ohshima, Y Sakuma, M Kawabe, Y Okada, K Takemoto, T Miyazawa, S Hirose, Y Nakata, M Takatsu and N Yokoyama

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:160

    Content type: Nano Express

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  15. Hydroxyproline-rich glycoproteins (HRGP) comprise a super-family of extracellular structural glycoproteins whose precise roles in plant cell wall assembly and functioning remain to be elucidated. However, thei...

    Authors: Ben Wegenhart, Li Tan, Michael Held, Marcia Kieliszewski and Liwei Chen

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:154

    Content type: Nano Express

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  16. The luminescence properties of highly strained, Sb-doped Ge/Si multi-layer heterostructures with incorporated Ge quantum dots (QDs) are studied. Calculations of the electronic band structure and luminescence m...

    Authors: V.G. Talalaev, G.E. Cirlin, A.A. Tonkikh, N.D. Zakharov, P. Werner, U. Gösele, J.W. Tomm and T. Elsaesser

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:137

    Content type: Nano Express

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  17. Metal nanowires and in particular gold nanowires have received a great deal of attention in the past few years. Experiments on gold nanowires have prompted theory and simulation to help answer questions posed ...

    Authors: Edison Z. da Silva, Frederico D. Novaes, Antônio J.R. da Silva and A. Fazzio

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:91

    Content type: Nano Review

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  18. We describe the peculiar conditions under which optically driven gold nanoparticles (NPs) can significantly increase temperature or even melt a surrounding matrix. The heating and melting processes occur under...

    Authors: Alexander O. Govorov, Wei Zhang, Timur Skeini, Hugh Richardson, Jaebeom Lee and Nicholas A. Kotov

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:84

    Content type: Nano Express

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  19. For InAs/GaAs quantum dot system, the evolution of the wetting layer (WL) with the InAs deposition thickness has been studied by reflectance difference spectroscopy (RDS). Two transitions related to the heavy-...

    Authors: Y.H. Chen, X.L. Ye and Z.G. Wang

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:79

    Content type: Nano Express

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  20. We report on the growth and characterization of lateral InAs/GaAs (001) quantum-dot molecules (QDMs) suitable for single QDM optical spectroscopy. The QDMs, forming by depositing InAs on GaAs surfaces with sel...

    Authors: L. Wang, A. Rastelli, S. Kiravittaya, R. Songmuang, O.G. Schmidt, B. Krause and T.H. Metzger

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:74

    Content type: Nano Express

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  21. Self-assembled GaInNAs quantum dots (QDs) were grown on GaAs (001) substrate using solid-source molecular-beam epitaxy (SSMBE) equipped with a radio-frequency nitrogen plasma source. The GaInNAs QD growth char...

    Authors: S. F. Yoon, C. Y. Liu, Z. Z. Sun and K. C. Yew

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:20

    Content type: Nano Review

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  22. In the buffer layer-assisted growth method, a condensed inert gas layer of xenon, with low-surface free energy, is used as a buffer to prevent direct interactions of deposited atoms with substrates. Because of...

    Authors: A. P. Li and J. F. Wendelken

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:11

    Content type: Nano Review

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  23. We have studied the photoluminescence and Raman spectra of a system consisting of a polystyrene latex microsphere coated by CdTe colloidal quantum dots. The cavity-induced enhancement of the Raman scattering a...

    Authors: Nikolai Gaponik, Yury P. Rakovich, Matthias Gerlach, John F. Donegan, Diana Savateeva and Andrey L. Rogach

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:68

    Content type: Nano Express

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  24. The spontaneously formation of epitaxial GaAs quantum-dot pairs was demonstrated on an AlGaAs surface using Ga droplets as a Ga nano-source. The dot pair formation was attributed to the anisotropy of surface d...

    Authors: Zhiming M. Wang, Kyland Holmes, Yuriy I. Mazur, Kimberly A. Ramsey and Gregory J. Salamo

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:57

    Content type: Nano Express

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  25. Ordering phenomena related to the self-assembly of InAs quantum dots (QD) grown on GaAs(001) substrates are experimentally investigated on different length scales. On the shortest length-scale studied here, we...

    Authors: S Kiravittaya, R Songmuang, A Rastelli, H Heidemeyer and OG Schmidt

    Citation: Nanoscale Research Letters 2006 1:1

    Content type: Nano Review

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