Make nanomaterials to a new level of structural complexity, scientists have determined how to introduce into the folds of the right arrow nanowires and transforming them into zig-zag two and three dimensions, with advanced facilities accordingly.The researchers were able to introduce stereocenters that self-assembled nanowires. They stopped growing 1-D nanostructures for 15 seconds, eliminating key reactive gaseous chemical manufacturing plant where the process was going to replace these reagents, after the seals have been introduced in nanostructures. This approach leads to a yield of 40 % of the nanowires curves, which can then be purified to high yields.
Research by Lieber and Tian is the last year in a long-term effort by scientists to control the composition and structure of the nanowires during synthesis. Despite progress in these areas, the ability to control the development and growth of self-assembling nanostructures has been limited.
Tian and Ping Xie Kempa, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard and David C. Bell of the Harvard Center for nanoscale systems. Their work was funded by the National Institutes of Health, the McKnight Foundation, the MITRE Corporation, and the National Science Foundation.
Tian Lieber takes the work and the formation of 2-D nanostructures one step further, allowing the introduction of electronic devices for stereocenters.
‘An important concept that emerged from these studies is that the introduction of functionality at the nanometer scale points defined for the first time – in other words, nano-devices can auto-label,’ Lieber said: ‘We. have shown the ability of the new inclusion of pn diodes and field effect transistors in particular the stereocenters.’
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Lieber and Tian approach involves the introduction of controlled triangular ‘stereocenters’ – essentially, joints 120 – nanowires, structures that were strictly linear. These stereocenters, similar to chemicals found in many platforms, complex organic molecules, to introduce into the folds of the 1-D nanostructures, transforming them into more complex forms.
Other possible applications, the authors say, the new technology could promote a new approach for the detection of nanoscale electrical currents in cells and tissues.