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Laser printing of optically resonant hollow crystalline carbon nanostructures from 1D and 2D metal–organic frameworks

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Using a hybrid approach involving a slow diffusion method to synthesize 1D and 2D MOFs followed by their treatment with femtosecond infrared laser radiation, we generated 100–600 nm well-defined hollow spheres and hemispheres of graphite. This ultra-fast technique extends the library of shapes of crystalline MOF derivatives appropriate for all-dielectric nanophotonics.

Graphical abstract: Laser printing of optically resonant hollow crystalline carbon nanostructures from 1D and 2D metal–organic frameworks

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Submitted
12 Mar 2019
Accepted
12 Apr 2019
First published
15 Apr 2019

Nanoscale, 2019,11, 10155-10159
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Communication

Laser printing of optically resonant hollow crystalline carbon nanostructures from 1D and 2D metal–organic frameworks

L. R. Mingabudinova, A. S. Zalogina, A. A. Krasilin, M. I. Petrova, P. Trofimov, Y. A. Mezenov, E. V. Ubyivovk, P. Lönnecke, A. Nominé, J. Ghanbaja, T. Belmonte and V. A. Milichko, Nanoscale, 2019, 11, 10155
DOI: 10.1039/C9NR02167A

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