The MoS2 nanohybrids grown in a confined geometry of nanotube reactorsسومین کنفرانس نانوساختارها
Recently discovered the first inorganic nanopods have led to a enthusiastic synthesis of a variety of possible morphologies of nanoparticles grown in a confined geometry of nanotubes. The MoS2 nanotube hybrids repre sent a family of nanomaterials, where nanotubes serve as nanoreactors and in some cases also as nanocontainers of MoS2 fullerene–like particles, which have in–situ grown in a confined geometry of nanotubes. A simple temperature control of morphology, size and inner structure of nano hybrids leads to a selective morphology like coaxial nanotubes, “mama”– tubes with encapsulated nano–onions, the growth of MoS2 nanobuds or it facilitates a release of MoS2 nano–onions, which then form weakly bonded self–assemblies. Growth mechanism is discussed based on atomic probe electron microscopy, x–ray diffraction and high–resolution transmission electron microscopy. These new hybrid nanotubefullerene structures represent new exited field of experimental research with applications foreseen in tribology, nanoelectronics, catalysis, hydrogen storage and as polymer composites.<\div>
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