|Project Name||Development of Multi-dimensional nanomaterials via Random Alignment Mediated by Supercritical Carbon Dioxide|
|Year||2013||Director||Dr. Kim.Sang Woo|
Development of Multi-dimensional nanomaterials via Random Alignment Mediated by Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
1. Content & Characteristic
O The main focus of this research has been on the development of a facile
technology to produce multi-dimensional nanomaterials via random alignment of
nanocluster building blocks meditated by supercritical carbon dioxide for
application of nanodevices, photonic devices, nanosensors, solar cells, and
catalysts. It consists of two parts:
- A new nanofabrication technology for producing high-purity multi-dimensional
nanomaterials including nanoparticles, nanowires, and nanosheets via random alignment
of nanocluster building blocks without any metal seed or organic template under
supercritical fluid conditions.
- Comprehensive understanding of the growth mechanism through detailed panoramic
2. Scientific and Technological Value
O This research provide a new concept technology enabling a facile production of
high-purity multi-dimensional nanomaterials using nanocluster building blocks
such as Lego blocks without any metal seed or organic template applicable for
nanodevices, photonic devices, nanosensors, solar cells, and catalysts.
3. Social and Economic Effect
O Growth of a future Industry through development of a core technology to design
and fabricate multi-dimensional nanomaterials for nanodevices, photonic
devices, nanosensors, solar cells, and catalysts.
O Development of infrastructure of the nanomaterials-related industries as a new
core growth engine.
O World leading group in the field of fabrication of multi-dimensional
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