In the last decade, laser ablation and irradiation in liquid environments have proven to be unique and efficient techniques to generate and modify a large number of nanomaterials: elemental, nano-alloy, semiconductor and ceramic nanostructures. These exciting methods bear strong advantages such as the high nanoparticles stability and the possibility to use an unlimited variety of materials and solvents. Moreover in such approaches the use of chemical precursors is limited, thus giving green and 100% pure nanomaterials.In this talk, we will show experimental results on fundamental aspects of liquid-phase laser ablation, together with some results on the application to material synthesis.

Advances in liquid phase ablation and irradiation for nanomaterials synthesis and pro

COMPAGNINI, Giuseppe Romano
2013

Abstract

In the last decade, laser ablation and irradiation in liquid environments have proven to be unique and efficient techniques to generate and modify a large number of nanomaterials: elemental, nano-alloy, semiconductor and ceramic nanostructures. These exciting methods bear strong advantages such as the high nanoparticles stability and the possibility to use an unlimited variety of materials and solvents. Moreover in such approaches the use of chemical precursors is limited, thus giving green and 100% pure nanomaterials.In this talk, we will show experimental results on fundamental aspects of liquid-phase laser ablation, together with some results on the application to material synthesis.
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