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Controlled synthesis of rare earth nanostructures

Rare earth compounds form a large family of functional materials with diverse applications in electric, magnetic, optical, and catalytic fields, originating from their unique 4f electrons. Rare earth nanocrystals stir significant interest with their special properties, such as reliable optical appli... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Materials Chemistry 2008, Vol.18(42), pp.5046-5059
Main Author: Yan, Zheng-guang
Other Authors: Yan, Chun-hua
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ID: ISSN: 0959-9428 ; E-ISSN: 1364-5501 ; DOI: 10.1039/b810586c
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title: Controlled synthesis of rare earth nanostructures
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  • Rare Earth Metals
  • Nanostructure
  • Nanocrystals
  • Nanomaterials
  • Rare Earth Compounds
  • Nanocomposites
  • Catalysts
  • Catalysis
  • Construction
  • Synthesis
  • Tuning
  • Molecular Dynamics
  • Computer Simulation
  • Superlattices
  • Solvents
  • Superstructures
  • Mathematical Models
  • Capping
  • Crystal Growth
  • Chemical and Electrochemical Properties (MD)
  • Chemical and Electrochemical Properties (EC)
  • Chemical and Electrochemical Properties (Ed)
  • Chemical and Electrochemical Properties (Ep)
  • Thin Films, Surfaces, and Interfaces (So)
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description: Rare earth compounds form a large family of functional materials with diverse applications in electric, magnetic, optical, and catalytic fields, originating from their unique 4f electrons. Rare earth nanocrystals stir significant interest with their special properties, such as reliable optical applications and enhanced catalytic performances, allowing them to serve as building blocks to construct functional assemblies. In this feature article, we highlight recent works on controlled synthesis of rare earth nanostructures through solution-based routes such as hydrothermal/solvothermal methods and precipitation in high-boiling solvents. Various rare earth nanostructures are obtained both by rationally utilizing intrinsic crystal structures and by fine tuning of experimental conditions, such as temperature, acidity, and capping agents. The controlled phase, crystal growth process, and post-treatment are briefly discussed with typical examples. Rare earth nanocrystals exhibit a variety of shapes and thus are of great benefit for the construction of nanocrystal superlattices. Through the simulation of coarse-grained molecular dynamics, the nanocrystals superstructures are also modelled.
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abstractRare earth compounds form a large family of functional materials with diverse applications in electric, magnetic, optical, and catalytic fields, originating from their unique 4f electrons. Rare earth nanocrystals stir significant interest with their special properties, such as reliable optical applications and enhanced catalytic performances, allowing them to serve as building blocks to construct functional assemblies. In this feature article, we highlight recent works on controlled synthesis of rare earth nanostructures through solution-based routes such as hydrothermal/solvothermal methods and precipitation in high-boiling solvents. Various rare earth nanostructures are obtained both by rationally utilizing intrinsic crystal structures and by fine tuning of experimental conditions, such as temperature, acidity, and capping agents. The controlled phase, crystal growth process, and post-treatment are briefly discussed with typical examples. Rare earth nanocrystals exhibit a variety of shapes and thus are of great benefit for the construction of nanocrystal superlattices. Through the simulation of coarse-grained molecular dynamics, the nanocrystals superstructures are also modelled.
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