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An intrinsic growth instability in isotropic materials leads to quasi-two-dimensional nanoplatelets

16:12 EDT 3 Apr 2017 | Nature Publishing

Quasi-two-dimensional CdSe nanoplatelets are shown to grow in concentrated solvent-free melts, without mixed surfactants. A model explaining such results proposes that nanoscale instability triggers anisotropic growth of isotropic materials.

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