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Giant Plasmene Nanosheets, Nanoribbons, and Origami

Si, Kae Jye; Sikdar, Debabrata; Cheng, Yi-Bing; Eftekhari, Fatimah; Xu, Zaiquan; Tang, Yue; Xiong, Wei; Guo, Pengzhen; Zhang, Shuang; Lu, Yuerui; Bao, Qiaoliang; Zhu, Weiren; Premaratne, Malin; Cheng, Wenlong


We introduce Plasmene - in analogy to graphene - as freestanding, one-particle-thick, superlattice sheets of nanoparticles ("meta-atoms") from the "plasmonic periodic table", which has implications in many important research disciplines. Here, we report on a general bottom-up self-assembly approach to fabricate giant plasmene nanosheets (i.e., plasmene with nanoscale thickness but with macroscopic lateral dimensions) as thin as ∼40 nm and as wide as ∼3 mm, corresponding to an aspect ratio of...[Show more]

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Date published: 2014
Type: Journal article
Source: ACS Nano
DOI: 10.1021/nn504615a


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