Single-crystalline nanocone arrays of a charge-transfer complex (copper tetracyanoquinodimethane), which can be very sharp and exhibit excellent field-emission properties, are synthesized with large ares. Moreover, the surface of the nanocone array is superhydrophobic, suggesting its potential applications in water/moisture-resistant and contamination-free nanoelectronic devices.
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