Assembly and self-organization of nanomaterials
Rider, Amanda Evelyn & Ostrikov, Kostya (2011) Assembly and self-organization of nanomaterials. In Sankaran, R. Mohan (Ed.) Plasma Processing of Nanomaterials. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, pp. 371-392.
The increasing interest in nanoscience and nanotechnology has prompted intense investigations into appropriate fabrication techniques. Self-organized, bottom-up growth of nanomaterials using plasma nanofabrication techniques1–10 has proven to be one of the most promising approaches for the construction of precisely tailored nanostructures (i.e., quantum dots,11–13 nanotubes,14–17 nanowires,18–20 etc.) arrays. Thus the primary aim of this chapter is to show how plasmas may be used to achieve a high level of control during the self-organized growth of a range of nanomaterials, from zero-dimensional quantum dots (Section 15.2) to one- and two-dimensional nanomaterials (Section 15.3) to nanostructured films (Section 15.4)...
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