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Random Lasing of Rhodamine 6G Solution Containing TiO2:Silica Core:Shell Nanoparticles

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High efficiency and low rate of photodegradation was obtained in a random laser suspending TiO2@Silica nanoparticles in ethanol solution of Rhodamine 6G. The TiO2 nanoparticles were coated with a silica shell prepared via Stöber method.

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