Molecular nanocluster electronics: Organized superstructures at nanoscale and new functional nanomaterialsстатья

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[1] Molecular nanocluster electronics: Organized superstructures at nanoscale and new functional nanomaterials / V. Kislov, Y. Gulyaev, B. Medvedev et al. // 2005 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show - NSTI Nanotech 2005 Technical Proceedings. — Anaheim, CA, 2005. — P. 192–195. We report on a number of new effects of self-organization at nanoscale, leading to creation of new functional nanomaterials, including carbon and carbon-metal nanotoroids and nanodiscs and self-assembling of magnetic nanoparticles into helices and chains. We also extensively used a new approach of biopattern nanoengineering to create DNA-based complexes with metal or CdSe/ZnS core-shell nanorods (22 × 4.5 nm) which possess strongly linearly polarized photoluminescence due to unidirectional orientation of nanorods along DNA filaments. Optical, electrical and topology (geometrical) properties of such complexes were investigated. This work is a result of a coherent effort (since 1980’s) of a consortium of Russian research groups in Nanotechnology (INTC - Interdisciplinary Nanotechnology Consortium) aimed at creating molecular electronic devices based on individual and collective properties of specially designed and fabricated nanoclusters.

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