Nano Lab (Lec5 Self-assembly Au nanoparticles)

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Nano Lab MAE C187L/C287L Self-Assembly of Nanoparticles
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Nano Lab MAE C187L/C287L
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Natural Self-Assembly Technique Nano-Compass in Bacteria
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Fluorescent Quantum Dots Semiconductor QDs are much more stable than fluorescent molecules (since the molecules will be bleached after a while). Low-energy core wrapped by high-energy shell leads to high- luminescence efficiency (e.g. CdSe core wrapped by ZnSe shell). Emission colors are turned by dot size.
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Nano Materials for Solar Cells Adding nanostructured inorganic semiconductors to organic polymers can produce efficient, flexible, and potentially inexpensive devices.
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Nano-Composite Materials Hummer H2 Sport Utility Truck made with about seven pounds of nanocomposite material, the cargo bed Hummer's H2 SUT is lighter and more scratch proof than older plastics. Besides the weight advantage, GM says the nanocomposite parts don't change shape when exposed to temperature changes.
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Au-nanoparticle DNA Conjugation Synthesis process of the Au DNA nanoconjugate. The 20-nm Au nanoparticle modified with a phosphine surfactant monolayer was enclosed by a layer of synthesized 54-bp dsDNA. A thiol group and the FITC (fluorescein isothiocyanate) fluorophore (as indicated by green star) were synthesized at each end of the dsDNA, respectively. Through the thiol Au chemistry, the dsDNA was tethered onto the Au nanoparticles. .
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Self-Assembled Nanowires Growth of carbon nanotubes by chemical vapor deposition using metal nano particles as catalyst, which determine the nanowire diameter.
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Self-Assembled Nanowires Si/SiGe Superlattice Nanowire C. Lieber, Harvard CdO Nanowires C. Zhou, USC Growth of crystal nanowires by chemical vapor deposition using various gas sources.
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Bottom-up self-assembly can create nano- structures at higher resolution, high-speed, low-cost. Various particles can have broader
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2008 for the course MAE 187L taught by Professor Chen during the Spring '08 term at UCLA.

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