NIR Light-Directing Self-Organized 3D Photonic Superstructures Loaded with Anisotropic Plasmonic Hybrid Nanorods
NIR light-directing self-organized 3D photonic superstructures, anisotropic plasmonic hybrid nanorods
Self-organized 3D photonic superstructures loaded with plasmonic hybrid nanorods were found to undergo structural transformation from body-centered cubic to simple cubic upon NIR-light irradiation resulting from the “photothermal effect” of gold nanorods. Furthermore, dynamic NIR light-directed red, green and blue reflections of the nanocomposites were demonstrated.
Wang, Ling; Gutierrez-Cuevas, Karla G.; Bisoyi, Hari Krishna; Xiang, Jie; Singh, Gautam; Zola, Rafael S.; Kumar, Satyendra; Lavrentovich, Oleg; Urbas, Augustine; and Li, Quan (2015). NIR Light-Directing Self-Organized 3D Photonic Superstructures Loaded with Anisotropic Plasmonic Hybrid Nanorods. Chemical Communications . doi: 10.1039/C5CC06146F Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/phypubs/123