The self-assembling systems in nanoscale powders of crystalline MoO3 are disclosed. For the first time, the double linear chain aggregates of the MoO3 nanoparticles were revealed in nanoscale powders of MoO3, treated by vibrationally excited molecules of hydrogen. Double linear chain aggregates form a linear and an orthogonal supperlattices. Both the double linear chain aggregates and the supperlattices formed are being considered as self-assembling systems. The treatment of the powders by the molecules of hydrogen is a method of obtaining long self-assembling chains of inorganic materials and supperlattices on their basis.
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