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Unconventional Route to Uniform Hollow Semiconducting Nanoparticles with Tailorable Dimensions, Compositions, Surface Chemistry, and Near-Infrared Absorption

Unconventional Route to Uniform Hollow Semiconducting Nanoparticles with Tailorable Dimensions, Compositions, Surface Chemistry, and Near-Infrared Absorption
Mona Zebarjadi, Chaowei Feng, Young Jun Yoon, Yajing Chang, Shuang Pan, Zhiqun Lin, Naresh Thadhani, Yihuang Chen, Yeu-Wei Harn, Beibei Jiang, Yanjie He, Zhitao Kang, Cheng-Hsin Lu, Juan Peng, Xinchang Pang
Rationally designed star-like triblock copolymers that were prepared by atom transfer radical polymerization were used as nanoreactors for the synthesis of semiconducting hollow nanoparticles that are inaccessible by conventional synthetic approaches. In their Communication (DOI: 10.1002/anie.201706182), Z. Lin and co-workers describe the preparation of uniform PbS and PbTe hollow nanoparticles according to this approach.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/anie.201708381

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