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Among the topics are the colloidal synthesis of noble metal nanoparticles of complex morphologies, experiment and history in structural aspects of anisotropic metal nanoparticle growth, a soft chemistry approach to controlling the shape of platinum and palladium nanocrystals from individual particles to their self-assembled superlattices, localized surface plasmons of multifaceted metal nanoparticles, surface-enhanced Raman scattering using complex-shaped metal nanostructures, and metal nanoparticles in biomedical applications.
While at National Research Council he developed a number of materials and processes for microelectronics and optoelectronics, in particular light-emitting silicon superlattices, dielectrics for silicon MOS transistors, and surface passivation for solid-state lasers.
The researchers call this structure a superlattice.
One is the superlattice or nano-multilayered structure suggested by Koehler in 1970.
Contributors working in physics, telecommunications, electrical engineering, and other fields around the world also discuss semiconductor quantum well structures, coupled quantum well structures, superlattices, semimagnetic quantum structures, optical gain, magnetoexcitons dispersion, spin splitting, approaches to quantization of the particle motion in an infinite square well potential, intersubband transitions, bonding and antibonding states, and other aspects.
The scientists used molecular beam epitaxy to grow artificial superlattices of the antiferromagnetic heavy fermion compound [CeIn.
Though categorized as low dimensional system, the engineered superlattice system (ESS) provides valuable guidance for the nanocomposite research approach.
Lattice thermal conductivity reduction and phonon localization like behavior in superlattice structures.