volume 150, issue 2, P116-120 2008
DOI: 10.1016/j.mseb.2008.02.002
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Abstract: A common problem in the fabrication of nanostructures is their undesired aggregation due to their high surface free energy. Here we show that a combinatorial control of reaction kinetic parameters such as feeding rate of reactant and reaction temperature can effectively restrain the aggregation of ZnS nanocrystals. The restraining process is associated with a stabilization of ZnS nanocrystal surfaces. Slowing down the feeding rate of reactants allows formed ZnS nanocrystals to get enough time to stabilize the…

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