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DNA Cladding with Inorganic Sulphide Nanoparticles

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The formation of CdS and CoS2 nanoparticles along the DNA strands have been studied. The systems DNA-Cdl2 and DNA-CoCl2 have been investigated in the solid state in order to form DNA-MX2 complex salts used as precursors. They react with S2-ions giving birth to CdS and CoS2 nanoparticles. A model describing the DNA-nanosulphide association is proposed.

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