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Title: An unconventional role of ligand in continuously tuning of metal–metal interfacial strain
Authors: Feng, Yuhua
He, Jiating
Wang, Hong
Tay, Yee Yan
Sun, Hang
Zhu, Liangfang
Chen, Hongyu
Issue Date: 2012
Source: Feng, Y., He, J., Wang, H., Tay, Y. Y., Sun, H., Zhu, L., et al. (2012). An Unconventional Role of Ligand in Continuously Tuning of Metal–Metal Interfacial Strain. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 134(4), 2004-2007.
Series/Report no.: Journal of the American chemical society
Abstract: We show that embedding of a surface ligand can dramatically affect the metal–metal interfacial energy, making it possible to create nanostructures in defiance of traditional wisdom. Despite matching Au–Ag lattices, Au–Ag hybrid NPs can be continuously tuned from concentric core–shell, eccentric core–shell, acorn, to dimer structures. This method can be extended to tune even Au–Au and Ag–Ag interfaces.
Rights: © 2012 American Chemical Society.
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