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Alberto Paleari, Sergio Brovelli, Roberto Lorenzi, Marco Giussani, Alessandro Lauria, Natalia Mochenova and Norberto Chiodini Tunable Dielectric Function in Electric-Responsive Glass with Tree-Like Percolating Pathways of Chargeable Conductive Nanoparticles Advanced Functional Materials 20

Article first published online: 20 OCT 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/adfm.201090094

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Electrically driven, responsive nanomaterials are demonstrated, focusing on the rational design of a nanostructured glass with tunable dielectric function obtained by injection and accumulation of charge on semiconductor nanocrystals. This leads to electrically controlled switching of semiconducting nanophases to charged polarizable states. Charge transport and capacitance data demonstrate the role of the nanophase and confirm the polarization effect enabled by the tree-like percolation mechanisms.

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