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Porous materials

Zeolites shine bright

Zeolite-encaged silver nanoclusters as highly photoluminescent materials.

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Figure 1: Zeolite-encaged silver nanoclusters.
Figure 2: Structure photoluminescence.


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Weckhuysen, B. Zeolites shine bright. Nature Mater 15, 933–934 (2016).

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