Nanoframes: Space-Confined Creation of Nanoframes In Situ on Reduced Graphene Oxide (Small 13/2015) (page 1481)
Yanyan Zhao, Hongyu Sun, Li-Min Liu, Ruilong Zong, Huaqiang Cao, Zhicheng Zhang, Xun Wang, Jun Luo and Jing Zhu
generate nanoframes (NFs) which exhibit an excellent photocurrent response. On page 1512, L. M. Liu, J. Luo, J. Zhu, and co-workers describe how the NF growth is realized in situ on rGO by confining the evolution of ZnS nanoparticles from nanosheets and the nanoparticle assembly within quasi-2D spaces generated from graphene oxide (GO) that is reduced to rGO. In the image, the curved light path connects the various states of nanoframe evolution.