Hybrid Architectures: Spherical Au Nanoparticles on Cubic AgCl Sub-Micrometer Particles
Hybrid architectures often possess advanced functions and properties than single component materials. Here [email protected] particles are prepared through simply mixing HAuCl4 aqueous solution with Si colloid induced by laser ablation in ethanol, and subsequent addition of silver acetate. The formation process of the [email protected] architectures is discussed in detail. In this paper, Si nanoparticles induced by laser ablation in ethanol was used as an inorganic reductive agent, which is crucial and novel to the successful fabrication of the hybrid [email protected] architectures. Assembly of different materials with distinguished shapes is realized without complicated modifications. Such prepared [email protected] particles are expected to have good photocatalytic properties under visible light illumination.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2012
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