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Noble metal nanoparticles embedding into polymeric materials: From Fundamentals to applications

Abstract : This review covers some key concepts related to embedding of the noble metal nanoparticles in polymer surfaces. The metal nanoparticles embedded into the polymer matrix can provide high-performance novel materials that find applications in modern nanotechnology. In particular, the origin of various processes that drive the embedding phenomenon, growth of the nanostructure at the surface,factors affecting the embedding including role of surface, interface energies and thermodynamic driving forces with emphasis on the fundamental and technological applications,under different conditions (annealing and ion beams) have been discussed. In addition to the conventional thermal process for embedding which includes the measure of fundamental polymer surface properties with relevant probing techniques,this review discusses the recent advances carried out in the understanding of embedding phenomenon starting from thin metal films to growth of the nanoparticles and embedded nanostructures using novel ion beam techniques.
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J. Prakash, J.C. Pivin, H.C. Swart. Noble metal nanoparticles embedding into polymeric materials: From Fundamentals to applications. Advances in Colloid and Interface Science, Elsevier, 2015, 226, pp. 187-202 Part B. ⟨10.1016/j.cis.2015.10.010⟩. ⟨in2p3-01227199⟩



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