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Nanorods are solid nanostructures morphologically similar to nanowires but with aspect ratios of approximately 3-to-5. They are formed from a variety of materials including metals, semiconducting oxides, diamonds (aggregated diamond nanorods produced from fullerenes are the hardest material so far discovered), and organic materials.
Related Journals of Nanorods
ACM Journal on Emerging Technologies in Computing Systems, Science of Advanced Materials, Journal of Nanophotonics