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Reaction of Ni2+ and SnS as a Way to Form Ni@SnS and Sn2Ni3S2 Nanocrystals: Control of Product Formation and Shape

Rommel, S. ; Weihrich, Richard


Reductive diffusion of Ni2+ into SnS particles was shown to selectively form Sn2Ni3S2, hybrid, or even core-shell Ni@SnS, Ni1.523Sn, and Ni3S2, by tuning the reaction conditions at low temperatures. The mechanism of Ni2+ reduction and diffusion into SnS was observed in ethylene glycol, which served both as solvent and reducing agent. Tuning of reaction temperature and duration, morphology of the ...


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