A photoresponsive inorganic microfiber with a plasmonic core–shell structure responds to visible light to achieve self-protection against oxidation in an open environment. The microfibers are synthesized via a newly developed reagent-free electrolytic method and have unique interfacial structures and high surface activity.
- Antioxidation self-protection
- Core–shell nanostructures
- Localized surface plasmon resonance
- Metal oxides
Hou, C., Zhang, M., Kasama, T., Engelbrekt, C., Zhang, L., Wang, H., & Chi, Q. (2016). Reagent-Free Synthesis and Plasmonic Antioxidation of Unique Nanostructured Metal-Metal Oxide Core-Shell Microfibers. Advanced Materials, 28(21), 4097-4101. https://doi.org/10.1002/adma.201505990