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Granick, Steve
CSLM(Center for Soft and Living Matter) Lab
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Nanoparticle puzzles and research opportunities that go beyond state of the art

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Title
Nanoparticle puzzles and research opportunities that go beyond state of the art
Author
Jee, Ah-YoungLou, KaiJang, Hyun-SookNagamanasa, K. HimaGranick, Steve
Issue Date
201604
Publisher
ROYAL SOC CHEMISTRY
Citation
FARADAY DISCUSSIONS, v.186, no., pp.11 - 15
Abstract
We present an overview of current progress and research challenges in the field of nanoparticle assembly, touching on the following topics: (1) historical perspective; (2) consideration of what is a nanoparticle; (3) contrast between nanoparticle self-assembly and top-down construction; (4) opportunities for nanoparticles with more intelligent sub-structures; (5) opportunities for nanoparticle systems cued to interact subtly in space and time. In this personal and subjective account, certain holy grails for nanoparticle science and technology are identified.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c6fd00024j
ISSN
1359-6640
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