J phys chem c


Utterback, Sophie Greene, Katherine A. King, and Gordana Dukovic. Aditya Wibawa Sakti, Yoshifumi Nishimura, Chien-Pin Chou, and Hiromi Nakai. Information for Authors.

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Please consult all of the instructions in this section . The controlled synthesis of high-yield gold nanostars of varying sizes, their characterization and use in surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) measurements are reported for the first time. Gold nanostars ranging from to 116-nm in size were . The orientation-dependent optical response of short gold nanorods (length less than 1nm) has been directly observed in the near-fiel mapping the in-plane and out-of-plane vector components selectively using interferometric apertureless near-field scanning optical microscope. For the gold nanorods dispersed . The paper titled “Fabrication, Pressure Testing, and Nanopore Formation of Single-Layer Graphene Membranes” has been published on Journal of Physical Chemistry C. This research represents an important advancement that will enable graphene gas separation membranes to be fabricate teste and . JPC Editors and staff on all things JPC and physical chemistry.

The aggregation of an alkyl– C derivative as a function of concentration, temperature and solvent type.

Danks, Zoe Schnepp, Isabelle Grillo, Brian R. Pauw, Akihiro Kishimura and Takashi Nakanishi. Contrast-variation SANS, SAXS, NMR and ITC. The functionalization of surfaces through reaction with diazonium salts is now a widely recognized method. It has been successfully implemented in various fields such as sensing, biosensing, catalysis, microelectronics, carbon nanotube modification, batteries, etc. Our research paper was selected for the cover image of the Journal of Physical Chemistry C. Congratulations to Aram L. Shapovalov, Andrea Lazzarini, Jenny G. Bugaev, Elena Groppo, . Our recent paper entitled Oxygen Evolution at Hematite Surfaces: The Impact of Structure and Oxygen Vacancies on Lowering the Overpotential was accepted for publication in the Journal of Physical Chemistry C. New Article published in J. Enhanced Stability of Rubrene against Oxidation by Partial and Complete Fluorination.

The surface composition of an alloy is rarely the same as the bulk composition due to segregation, and it changes with changing reaction conditions. Segregation is a ubiquitous issue in alloy catalysis, and makes modeling alloy surfaces a challenge, because we need to know the surface composition to .


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