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By Alex S. Edelstein, Robert C. Cammarata

This quantity discusses such themes as: synthesis of semiconductor nanoclusters; formation of nanostructures by way of mechanical attrition; positron lifetimes stories of interfaces; organic nanomaterials; and the synthesis, constitution and houses of fullerenes.

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The objects forming a cluster can be larger than individual atoms or molecules. For example, fullerenes can be the building blocks [107]. What is more interesting is that it was found that certain sizes of clusters (n = 13, 19, 23, 35, . . ) of fullerenes were more prevalent. html 04/04/2004 Document Página 1 de 1 Page 30 clusters probably correspond to icosahedra similar to those found for Ar clusters [108]. Another example of larger building blocks is the self-assembly [109] of Mo cubes into larger cubes discussed below.

The large surface/volume ratio for clusters is responsible for a variety of electronic and vibrational surface excitations [92]. Jortner [92] has discussed the physical and chemical consequences of the large surface/volume ratio of clusters and has proposed cluster size equations (CSEs) which describe the gradual 'transition' from the large finite cluster to the infinite bulk system, with increasing cluster size. 9. The property χ(n) as a function of increasing n changes from χ(1), the atomic value, passes through a discrete region (clusters), and then approaches the thermodynamic limit χ(∞).

Each fabrication technique has its own set of advantages and disadvantages. Generally it is best to produce nanoparticles with a narrow size distribution. html 04/04/2004 Document Página 1 de 1 Page 7 study of very small clusters, all containing the same number of atoms. It has the disadvantage of only producing a limited quantity of material. Another approach involves the production of pellets of nanostructured materials by first nucleating and growing nanoparticles in a supersaturated vapor and then using a cold finger to collect the nanoparticles [49].

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