Photonic Crystals with an Eye Pattern Similar to Peacock Tail Feathers
AbstractA facile fabrication of photonic crystals (PCs) with an eye pattern similar to peacock tail feathers has been demonstrated by self-assembly of colloidal particles in a sandwich mode. The sandwich mode is formed by superhydrophilic flat substrate sandwiching the poly(styrene-methyl methacrylate-arylic acid) (Poly(St-MMA-AA)) latex suspension (2 wt%) by the hydrophobic one. The patterns are characterized by optical microscopy images, reflection spectra, and the relative scanning electronic microscope images. This work will provide beneficial help for the understanding of the self-assembly process of colloidal crystals. View Full-Text
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Wang, M.; Meng, F.; Wu, H.; Wang, J. Photonic Crystals with an Eye Pattern Similar to Peacock Tail Feathers. Crystals 2016, 6, 99.
Wang M, Meng F, Wu H, Wang J. Photonic Crystals with an Eye Pattern Similar to Peacock Tail Feathers. Crystals. 2016; 6(8):99.Chicago/Turabian Style
Wang, Minghui; Meng, Fanshu; Wu, Hua; Wang, Jingxia. 2016. "Photonic Crystals with an Eye Pattern Similar to Peacock Tail Feathers." Crystals 6, no. 8: 99.
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