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Title: Self-charge-transfer metal-organic hybrid polymer
Authors: Tan, Melvin Jun Wei.
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Materials::Nanostructured materials
Issue Date: 2011
Abstract: Charge-transfer materials have been of much interest in the research industry, due to its ability to change the clusters’ band gaps and enrich the clusters’ electrical or optical properties. Similarly, the chemistry of soluble metal chalcogenide complexes has been studied extensively, owing to their significance in bioinorganic chemistry and to hydrodesulfurization and other catalytic processes, and its size, shape and structural tunability has been proven to be one of the most versatile in photoelectrochemistry. Thus, in this project, synthesis of new self-charge-transfer compounds is being researched for characterization and analysis of its photoelectrochemical properties. SEM, XRD, and EDX were being used to characterize the structures and the compounds are being tested for its UV-Vis absorption and magnetization. In the project, we will also attempt to understand how size, shape, and structural effects will affect the properties of compound through the phenomenon known as quantum confinement.  
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
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