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Alexander Volk, Philipp Thaler, Daniel Knez, Andreas W. Hauser, Johannes Steurer, Werner Grogger, Ferdinand Hofer, Wolfgang E. Ernst. The impact of doping rates on the morphologies of silver and gold nanowires grown in helium nanodroplets. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 18(3):1451-1459, 2015.


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{Silver and gold nanowires are grown within superfluid helium nanodroplets and investigated by high resolution electron microscopy after surface deposition. The wire morphologies depend on the rate of metal atom doping in the pickup sequence. While high doping rates result in a polycrystalline face-centered cubic nanowire structure, at lower doping rates the initial fivefold-symmetry seems to be preserved. An explanation for this observation is given by computer simulations, which allow the derivation of timescales for the nanowire growth process inside helium nanodroplets.}


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   Author = {Volk, Alexander and Thaler, Philipp and Knez, Daniel and Hauser, Andreas W. and Steurer, Johannes and Grogger, Werner and Hofer, Ferdinand and Ernst, Wolfgang E.},
   Title = {{The impact of doping rates on the morphologies of silver and gold nanowires grown in helium nanodroplets}},
   Journal = {Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics},
   Volume = {18},
   Number = {3},
   Pages = {1451--1459},
   Year = {2015}

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