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Carbon‐assisted stable silver nanostructures

  • Abdollahi, S. Narjes Adolphe Merkle Institute University of Fribourg Chemin des Verdiers 4 Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Ochoa Martínez, Efraín Adolphe Merkle Institute University of Fribourg Chemin des Verdiers 4 Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Kilchoer, Cédric Adolphe Merkle Institute University of Fribourg Chemin des Verdiers 4 Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Kremer, Geoffroy Département de Physique and Fribourg Center for Nanomaterials Université de Fribourg Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Jaouen, Thomas Département de Physique and Fribourg Center for Nanomaterials Université de Fribourg Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Aebi, Philipp Département de Physique and Fribourg Center for Nanomaterials Université de Fribourg Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Hellmann, Tim Department of Materials and Earth Sciences Surface Science Laboratory Technical University of Darmstadt Otto‐Berndt‐Strasse 3 64287 Darmstadt Germany
  • Mayer, Thomas Department of Materials and Earth Sciences Surface Science Laboratory Technical University of Darmstadt Otto‐Berndt‐Strasse 3 64287 Darmstadt Germany
  • Gu, Yibei Department of Materials Science and Engineering Cornell University 330 Bard Hall Ithaca NY 14853‐1501 USA
  • Wiesner, Ulrich B. Department of Materials Science and Engineering Cornell University 330 Bard Hall Ithaca NY 14853‐1501 USA
  • Steiner, Ullrich Adolphe Merkle Institute University of Fribourg Chemin des Verdiers 4 Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Wilts, Bodo D. Adolphe Merkle Institute University of Fribourg Chemin des Verdiers 4 Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
  • Gunkel, Ilja Adolphe Merkle Institute University of Fribourg Chemin des Verdiers 4 Fribourg CH‐1700 Switzerland
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    21.10.2020
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  • Advanced Materials Interfaces. - 2020, vol. 7, no. 23, p. 2001227
English Nanostructured silver stands out among other plasmonic materials because its optical losses are the lowest of all metals. However, nanostructured silver rapidly degrades under ambient conditions, preventing its direct use in most plasmonic applications. Here, a facile and robust method for the preparation of highly stable nanostructured silver morphologies is introduced. 3D nanostructured gyroid networks are fabricated through electrodeposition into voided, self‐assembled triblock terpolymer scaffolds. Exposure to an argon plasma degraded the polymer and stabilized the silver nanostructure for many weeks, even in high humidity and under high‐dose UV irradiation. This stabilization protocol enables the robust manufacture of low‐loss silver nanostructures for a wide range of plasmonic applications.
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Faculté des sciences et de médecine
Department
Département de Physique, AMI - Physique de la matière molle
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  • English
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Physics
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https://folia.unifr.ch/unifr/documents/309117
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