Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : American Chemical Society
Source : Crystal Growth & Design, American Chemical Society, Volume 4, Number 3, p.509-511 (2004)
Url : http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cg034228k
Campus : Coimbatore
School : Center for Nanosciences
Center : Center for Industrial Research and Innovation (ACIRI)
Department : Nanosciences
Year : 2004
Abstract : Silver selenide (Ag2Se) nanocrystals were synthesized solvothermally using a single source precursor silver selenite (Ag2SeO3) in the presence of dimethyl formamide (DMF) in an autoclave. The effect of time and temperature on the crystalline and morphological behavior of the products was investigated. The interaction of Ag2SeO3 with DMF resulted in the formation of Ag2Se nanoparticles, whereas mixed solvent of DMF and a few aliphatic alcohols (1:1 (v/v), at 165 °C for 24 h) yielded novel microstructures. The mixed combination containing methanol−DMF yielded fractal-like morphology, while hollow needle-shaped structures resulted from a ethanol−DMF mixture. Rod shaped structures having riblike morphology were obtained from propanol−DMF mixed solvent.
Cite this Research Publication : Sudip Kumar Batabyal, C., B., R., D. A., and S., S. G., “Micropatterns of Ag2Se nanocrystals”, Crystal Growth & Design, vol. 4, pp. 509-511, 2004.