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New technique to produce Au/Mox (M=Ti or Al) glass composite containing Au microcrystals at high concentration

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6 Author(s)
Noguchi, Toru ; Research and Development Department, Mitsuboshi Belting Ltd., 4‐1‐21 Hamazoe‐dori, Nagata‐ku, Kobe 653, Japan ; Hayashi, Shigehiko ; Kawahara, Masahito ; Gotoh, Kazuo
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A new technique for the preparation of metal oxide glass composite uniformly containing a very large amount of nanometer‐size microcrystals up to 80 mol % is reported. Due to the strong interactions between Au and metal oxides, Au microcrystals were surrounded and held in Ti or Al oxides, and, therefore, did not aggregate. The interactions also affected the plasmon bands of Au particles.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:62 ,  Issue: 15 )

Date of Publication:

Apr 1993

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