Size-Effects in Free Nanoparticles Studied by Soft X-Rays

E. Antonsson, H. Bresch, R. Lewinski, B. Wassermann, T. Leisner, C. Graf, B. Langer und E. Rühl – 2013

The use of nanoparticle beams for the preparation and characterization of isolated nanoscopic matter is reviewed. It is a general preparation scheme which is shown to be of broad use, whenever the intrinsic properties of nanoscopic matter without any interactions with other particles or substrates are of interest. The size regime spans a few nanometers up to the micron sizes, wherein a large variety of substances and materials can be studied. Similarly broad are the detection schemes and properties, which can be investigated by this approach. This review covers various properties of isolated nanoparticles, including their size, surface properties, optical constants, as well as their local electronic structure.

Titel
Size-Effects in Free Nanoparticles Studied by Soft X-Rays
Verfasser
E. Antonsson, H. Bresch, R. Lewinski, B. Wassermann, T. Leisner, C. Graf, B. Langer und E. Rühl
Datum
2013
Kennung
10.1016/j.cplett.2012.11.051
Zitierweise
Chem. Phys. Lett., 2013 Frontiers Article 559, 1-11
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