Mesoporous silver films from dilute mixed-surfactant solutions by using dip-coating
Luo, K., Walker, C. T. and Edler, K. J., 2007. Mesoporous silver films from dilute mixed-surfactant solutions by using dip-coating. Advanced Materials, 19 (11), 1506-+.
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Mesoporous silver films (see figure) are synthesized by using a dip-coating method, employing dilute mixed-surfactant solutions, which allows the creation of films over a large area of substrate and uses a smaller amount of surfactant than previous syntheses using lyotropic liquid-crystalline solutions. Ordered 2D hexagonal mesoporous silver films form under conditions of moderate humidity by using photocatalytic reduction.
|Creators||Luo, K., Walker, C. T. and Edler, K. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Chemistry|
|Additional Information||ID number: ISI:000247336900011|
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