基于自组装法合成一维纳米功能材料的研究进展
Progress of the Study of Self-Assembly 1D Nano-Functional Materials

作者: 公茂刚 :堪萨斯大学化学系,堪萨斯,美国、青岛大学物理科学学院,青岛;

关键词: 自组装纳米功能材料Self-Assembly Nano-Functional Materials

摘要:
低维纳米材料制备科学和技术研究的一个重要趋势是加强控制工程的研究,包括纳米材料尺寸、形状、表面、微结构的控制。目前一维纳米结构阵列的研究热点主要集中在硅纳米线、碳纳米管和ZnO纳米线/纳米带。在众多制备一维纳米材料的方法中,化学自组装法是制备工艺较简单、成本较低、最有可能实现大规模生产的方法。
The important trend of preparation sciences and technology research of low dimensional nanomaterials is to strengthen the control engineering research, including size, shape, surfaces, microstructure control. There are three most representing one-dimensional nanostructures that are being actively studied in nanotechnology: silicon nanowires, car- bon nanotubes, and ZnO nanowire/nanobelts. In many of the preparation methods, the chemical self-assembly method is the simplest, lowest cost and most likely to achieve large-scale production methods.

文章引用: 公茂刚 (2013) 基于自组装法合成一维纳米功能材料的研究进展。 凝聚态物理学进展, 2, 51-67. doi: 10.12677/CMP.2013.22008

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