NewsRegioselective magnetization enabled chiral semiconducting
heteronanorods

26th February 2020by admin0
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A USTC team led by Prof. Shu-Hong Yu (USTC),
collaborating with Prof. Zhiyong Tang (National Center for
Nanoscience and Technology, China) and Prof. Edward H. Sargent
(University of Toronto), has shed new light on the topic of chiral
inorganic nanomaterials. Researchers demonstrated a regioselective
magnetization strategy, achieving a library of semiconducting
heteronanorods with chiroptical activities.

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