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Title: CrSi2 hexagonal nanowebs
Authors: Wang, Huatao
Wu, Jian-Chun
Shen, Yiqiang
Li, Gong Ping
Zhang, Zhou
Xing, Guozhong
Guo, Dong Lai
Wang, Dandan
Dong, Zhili
Wu, Tom
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Materials::Nanostructured materials
Issue Date: 2010
Source: Wang, H., Wu, J. C., Shen, Y., Li, G., Zhang, Z., Xing, G., Guo, D. L., Wang, D., Dong, Z., & Wu, T. (2010). CrSi2 hexagonal nanowebs. Journal of the American chemical society, 132 (45), 15875–15877.
Series/Report no.: Journal of the American chemical society
Abstract: Single-crystalline CrSi2 nanostructures with a unique hexagonal nanoweb morphology have been successfully synthesized for the first time. These nanowebs span 150−200 nm and are composed of <1120> nanowire segments with a thickness of 10−30 nm. It is proposed that surface charges on the {1010} sidewalls and the minimization of electrostatic energy induce the nanoweb formation. Calculations of the electrostatic energies were used to predict the transitions between different modes of bending, which agreed well with the experimental observations.
DOI: 10.1021/ja106402p
Rights: © 2010 American Chemical Society
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