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Issue 40, 2014
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P-type Cu7Te5 single-crystalline nanocuboids: size-controlled synthesis and large-scale self-assembly

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Abstract

Cu7Te5 single-crystalline nanocuboids have been synthesized by a low-temperature solvothermal strategy, using environmentally friendly chemicals. The size, from nanometer to sub-micrometer, was controlled by adjusting the dodecanethiol (DDT) concentration. Through DDT capping, which induced appropriate van der Waals interactions, the alignment of the nanocuboids led to large-scale self-assembly of superstructures or supracrystals. The UV-vis-NIR spectra of the as-prepared nanocuboid colloid exhibited potential LSPR properties. Measurement of the Mott–Schottky impedance potential curve confirmed the p-type conductivity of the as-prepared Cu7Te5 nanocuboids.

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Submitted
31 Mar 2014
Accepted
13 May 2014
First published
13 May 2014

CrystEngComm, 2014,16, 9441-9445
Article type
Communication
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P-type Cu7Te5 single-crystalline nanocuboids: size-controlled synthesis and large-scale self-assembly

B. Dai, Q. Zhao, J. Gui, J. Zhang and H. Zhu, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 9441
DOI: 10.1039/C4CE00670D

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