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Growth and density control of nanometric nickel–iron cyanide-bridged objects on functionalized Si(100) surface

Abstract

Isolated nanometric objects of the nickel–iron cyanide-bridged coordination network are obtained by a sequential growth on “molecular seeds” anchored on Si(100) surfaces. Control of the density and the size of the nano-objects is achieved by imposing a growth process without side nucleation.

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hal-02403359 , version 1 (10-12-2019)

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Simon Tricard, Benoît Fleury, Florence Volatron, Claire Costa-Coquelard, Sandra Mazerat, et al.. Growth and density control of nanometric nickel–iron cyanide-bridged objects on functionalized Si(100) surface. Chemical Communications, 2010, 46 (24), pp.4327. ⟨10.1039/c003039b⟩. ⟨hal-02403359⟩
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