Sub-oxide-to-metallic, uniformly-nanoporous crystalline nanowires by plasma oxidation and electron reduction
Cvelbar, Uroš, Chen, Zhiqiang, Levchenko, Igor, Sheetz, R. Michael, Jasinski, Jacek B., Menon, Madhu, Sunkara, Mahendra K., & Ostrikov, Kostya (2012) Sub-oxide-to-metallic, uniformly-nanoporous crystalline nanowires by plasma oxidation and electron reduction. Chemical Communications, 48(90), pp. 11070-11072.
Sub-oxide-to-metallic highly-crystalline nanowires with uniformly distributed nanopores in the 3 nm range have been synthesized by a unique combination of the plasma oxidation, re-deposition and electron-beam reduction. Electron beam exposure-controlled oxide → sub-oxide → metal transition is explained using a non-equilibrium model.
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