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MIMICKING STRUCTURAL COLOR BY SELF-ASSEMBLY OF POLYSTYRENE NANOSPHERES (Pages : 6 - 10)

M.A. ISLAM

Nature has a lot of creature which possess exceptional color effect without the presence of any colorants. The vibrant color of butterfly wings or the glittering color of opal gemstone is the result of interaction of light with the structure present within colored area. Replicating those color effect paved the way of researching assembly of periodic nanostructured materials. In this particular paper, synthesis of polystyrene nanosphers has been discussed. Different parameters of emulsion polymerization were exploited to get particular size and distributed nanosphers which were then allowed to assemble. Substantial color effect was observed. For the characterization purpose scanning electron microscopy (SEM) was applied.Download


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