By Robert A. Scott, Charles M. Lukehart
Glossy spectroscopic and instrumental innovations are necessary to the perform of inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry. this article presents a constant and accomplished description of the sensible aaplicability of a big variety of ideas to trendy difficulties in natural and bioinorganic chemistry.
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The UV – visible absorption spectra of the silver nanorings displayed a characteristic long-wavelength absorption shoulder at 420 nm. Essentially, the diameter of the nanorings could be varied from 30 to 200 nm. In contrast to nanowires and spherical nanoparticles, nanoparticles with a toroidal shape (nanorings) cannot be produced by any of the direct wet-chemical growth techniques. 1). Complex three-dimensional nanoparticle architectures could be fabricated by exploiting the unique shape of microorganisms and the DNA-mediated assembly of nanoparticles.
Applications of physical methods to inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry by Robert A. Scott, Charles M. Lukehart