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  • Author(s):
    Robert Hughes, Trevor Demille, Svetlana Neretina
    Abstract:

    The functionality of well-tailored nanomaterials can only be retained if they are robust to the environmental factors in which they operate. The inability of Cu to withstand such factors is largely responsible for its current status as a second-tier plasmonic nanomaterial. Herein, it is demonstrated that atomic layer deposition can be used as a pliable technique for the application of oxide coatings to substrate-based Cu nanostructures where suitably protected structures become robust to oxid…

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    2020-07
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  • Author(s):
    Robert Hughes, Sergei Rouvimov, Robert Neal, Trevor B. Demille, Svetlana Neretina
    Abstract:

    The seed-mediated growth of noble metal nanostructures with planar geometries requires the use of seeds lined with parallel stacking faults so as to provide a break in symmetry in an otherwise isotropic metal. Although such seeds are now routinely synthesized using colloidal pathways, equivalent pathways have not yet been reported for the fabrication of substrate-based seeds with the same internal defect structures. The challenge is not merely to form seeds with planar defects but to do so in…

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    2019-07
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  • Author(s):
    Spencer Golze, Robert Neal, Robert Hughes, Svetlana Neretina, Sergei Rouvimov
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  • Author(s):
    Eredzhep Menumerov, Robert Hughes, Spencer Golze, Robert Neal, Trevor Demille, Justin Campanaro, Kyle Kotecky, Sergei Rouvimov, Svetlana Neretina
    Abstract:

    The fundamental understanding of liquid-phase catalytic reactions is unavoidably complicated when the catalyst is prone to leaching since questions inevitably arise as to the true nature of the catalyst. While the catalytic reduction of 4-nitrophenol by borohydride is widely accepted as a trusted model reaction, it has faced little scrutiny concerning the potential impact of leached species or the appropriateness of assigning catalytic activity to the inserted nanostructures without rigorous …

    Date Published:
    2018
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