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- Li, Wenqing, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- ACS sustainable chemistry & engineering 2018 v.6 no.4 pp. 4863-4870
- Bacillus cereus; Lysinibacillus; X-ray diffraction; atomic force microscopy; bacteria; biomass; bismuth; cell membranes; extracellular space; irradiation; nanosheets; near-infrared spectroscopy; neoplasm cells; scanning electron microscopy; surfactants; therapeutics; transmission electron microscopy
- ... Bismuth selenide (Bi₂Se₃) attracts a lot of attention nowadays due to its unique electronic and thermoelectric properties. In this study, fabrication of Bi₂Se₃ nanosheets by selenite-reducing bacterium (SeRB) was first reported. Morphology, size, and location of the biogenic Bi₂Se₃ are bacteria-dependent. It is difficult to separate Bi₂Se₃ generated by Bacillus cereus CC-1 (Bi₂Se₃-C) from the biom ...