NewsLight-controlled spontaneous growth of
nanostructures

17th December 2021by admin0
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Ph.D. student Marloes Bistervels from the
Self-Organizing Matter research group at AMOLF has managed to use
light to very precisely control the formation of nanocomposites in
the shape of corals and vases. By illuminating a solution of the
right ingredients with UV light, she can control where, when and
which structures arise at the micrometer scale. Today, she
published her findings in the scientific journal Advanced
Materials.

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