Porous silicon with unique optical properties was formed through an ultrasonication method. This technique allows the one-step formation of silicon with a purposefully variable porous structure, provides for the possibility of patterned surface-selective modification, and forms photoluminescent centers and defect states, which can act as centers for charge separation.
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