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Understanding the growth of amorphous SiO2 nanofibers and crystalline binary nanoparticles produced by laser ablation



M. Dimitrakopoulou, S. Gorantla, J. Thomas, T. Gemming, G. Cuniberti, B. Büchner, M. H. Rümmeli

Nanotechnology 23, 035601 (2011)

The pulsed-laser evaporation synthesis of silica nanofibers and crystalline binary nanoparticles is investigated in detail. By careful adjustment of the synthesis parameters one can tailor the product to form high yield nanofibers or binary nanoparticles. Some control on their diameters is also possible through the synthesis parameters. Oxidation of the nanofibers occurs upon exposure to air after the reaction.



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