Applications of physical methods to inorganic and by Robert A. Scott, Charles M. Lukehart

By Robert A. Scott, Charles M. Lukehart

Glossy spectroscopic and instrumental ideas are necessary to the perform of inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry. this article offers a constant and complete description of the sensible aaplicability of a big variety of options to trendy difficulties in natural and bioinorganic chemistry.


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As compared to the FePt nanoparticles, the DNA – FePt aggregates featured an increased interparticle spacing arising from the DNA spacer. These aggregates altered the magnetic properties also, as demonstrated by a 54 K decrease of the blocking temperature. Direct metallization of DNA was initially employed by Braun et al. and others to grow nanometer-scale conducting Ag19 or Pd83 wires. 63 Recently, Zinchenko et al. 84 After adding AgNO3 , silver ions were bound to the surface of the DNA toroid and reduced with NaBH4 .

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