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Sonofragmentation of Ultrathin 1D Nanomaterials

A simple strategy for making nanoparticles by sonofragmentation of high‐aspect‐ratio 1D substrates is introduced. With common laboratory equipment, ultrathin nanowires are fragmented into nanoparticles of size determined by the nanowire width, resulting within hours in monodisperse, crystalline nanoparticles of <10 nm. This strategy is applicable to a diversity of semiconductor, oxide, and metal nanowires.

Authors:   Ruixuan Gao, Ishan Gupta, Edward S. Boyden
Journal:   Particle & Particle Systems Characterization
Year:   2016
Pages:   n/a
DOI:   10.1002/ppsc.201600339
Publication date:   23-Dec-2016
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