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  • A novel method of copper indium diselenide nanoparticle (CuInSe₂ NP) synthesis using a two-step, continuous flow, solar microreactor is reported here. This method allows for exceedingly fast heating and short reaction times using only radiative heat transfer from simulated, concentrated solar radiation. Chalcopyrite and sphalerite CuInSe₂ phases have both been synthesized by changing nucleation temperature and residence time through the solar microreactor, with higher nucleation temperatures and longer residence times allowing for the formation of the chalcopyrite CuInSe₂ phase.
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  • Kreider, P. B., Kim, K. J., & Chang, C. H. (2014). Two-step continuous-flow synthesis of CuInSe₂ nanoparticles in a solar microreactor. RSC Advances, 4(27), 13827-13830. doi:10.1039/C4RA00467A
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  • This work was financially supported by the National Science Foundation’s Process and Reaction Engineering Program under award CBET-1105061; matching grants from Oregon Nanoscience and Micro-technologies Institute (ONAMI) and Oregon Built Environment & Sustainable Technologies (BEST) center.
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