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Hu, Z., Breeze, B., Walker, M., Faulques, E., Sloan, J. & Lloyd-Hughes, J. (2023) Spectroscopic Insights into the Influence of Filling Carbon Nanotubes with Atomic Nanowires for Photophysical and Photochemical Applications. Acs Applied Nano Materials, 6 2883–2893. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1021/acsanm.2c05266
Clé BibTeX: Hu2023
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Catégories: MIOPS
Créateurs: Breeze, Faulques, Hu, Lloyd-Hughes, Sloan, Walker
Collection: Acs Applied Nano Materials
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Studying the optical performance of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) filled with guest materials can reveal the fundamental photochemical nature of ultrathin one-dimensional (1D) nanosystems, which are attractive for applications including photocatalysis. Here, we report comprehensive spectroscopic studies of how infiltrated HgTe nanowires (NWs) alter the optical properties of small-diameter (dt < 1 nm) single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) in different environ-ments: isolated in solution, suspended in a gelatin matrix, and heavily bundled in network-like thin films. Temperature-dependent Raman and photoluminescence measurements revealed that the HgTe NW filling can alter the stiffness of SWCNTs and therefore modify their vibrational and optical modes. Results from optical absorption and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy demonstrated that the semiconducting HgTe NWs did not provide substantial charge transfer to or from the SWCNTs. Transient absorption spectroscopy further highlighted that the filling -induced nanotube distortion can alter the temporal evolution of excitons and their transient spectra. In contrast to previous studies on functionalized CNTs, where electronic or chemical doping often drove changes to the optical spectra, we highlight structural distortion as playing an important role.
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