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SESSION Fr E3 CLUSTERS AND NANOPARTICLES II

Friday 11 February 2005 1530–1710

Copthorne III

Session Chair Ed Samulski, University of North Carolina, USA

15.30

Fr E3.1

15.55

Fr E3.2

16.10

Fr E3.3

16.25

Fr E3.4

16.40

Fr E3.5

16.55

Fr E3.6

Self-organized surface nanostructures

A.T.S. Wee

(Extended Oral Talk)

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Controlled growth, scanning tunneling microscopy and high-resolution spectroscopy for the study of clusters on surfaces

H. Hoevel

University of Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany

Iodine doping to self-organized gold nano-particles

S. Saito1,2, T. Arai1,2, H. Fukuda1,2, S. Kimura,2 and T. Onai1,2

1 Hitachi Ltd, Tokyo, Japan 2 CREST, JST, Japan

Chemically controlled 2D-artificial-lattice composed of metal-nano-particles

T. Arai1,2, S. Saito1,2, H. Fukuda1,2, T. Onai1,2

1 Central Research Laboratory, Hitachi Ltd, Tokyo, Japan 2 CREST, JST, Japan

A new ultrasonic cavitation approach for the synthesis of zinc ferrite nanocrystals

M. Sivakumar, K. Yasui, A. Towata, T. Tuziuti and Y. Lida

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Nagoya, Japan

The smallest silica sased materials: functional POSS nanotechnology

J. Matisons, E. Markovic, D. Clarke, K. Constantopoulos and S. Clarke

Flinders University, (AIST), Adelaide, Australia

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