Nanostructures of wurtzite-structured zinc sulfide, which is unlikely to be stable at room temperature under conventional conditions, have been synthesized by a simple physical process. Morphologies with belt- (see Figure), saw-, comb-, and windmill-like nanostructures have been observed and characterized using a variety of imaging techniques.
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