Blythe Schildgen

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Protective molecules facilitate molybdate anion binding to create novel silver nanoclusters

The silver-molybdate nanocluster is supported by thiolate and phosphine molecules, which serve as protective ligands that surround the silver nanocluster to increase stability and uniformity. Silver atoms are blue, molybdate ions are orange and red, thiolate ligands are yellow and gray and phosphine ligands are purple and gray. Credit: Polyoxometalates, Tsinghua University Press Silver nanocluster

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