What is it about?

Nanomaterials have attracted much attention from academic to industrial research. General methodologies are needed to impose architectural order in low-dimensional nanomaterials composed of nanoobjects of various shapes and sizes, such as spherical particles, rods, wires, combs, horns, and other non specified geometrical architectures.

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The time is now ripe to explore new nanohybrids that use individual nanomaterial components as basic building blocks, potentially affording additionally novel behavior and leading to new, useful applications. In this regard, the combination or integration of linear nanorods/nanowires and spherical nanoparticles to produce mixed-dimensionality, higher-level nanocomposites of greater complexity is an interesting theme, which we explore in this review article.

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This page is a summary of: Nanohybridization of Low-Dimensional Nanomaterials: Synthesis, Classification, and Application, Critical Reviews in Solid State and Material Sciences, January 2013, Taylor & Francis,
DOI: 10.1080/10408436.2012.732545.
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