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Ambient Complexation Reaction of Zinc Acetate and Ascorbic acid Leads to a New Form of Nanoscale Particles with Emergent Optical Properties
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submitted on 23.08.2019 and posted on 26.08.2019by Srestha Basu, Archismita Hajra, Arun Chattopadhyay
We report room temperature complexation reaction mediated formation of luminescent nanoscale particles from an aqueous mixture of ascorbic acid and zinc acetate.