Deterministic surface growth of single-crystalline iron oxide nanostructures in nonequilibrium plasma
Cvelbar, Uros & Ostrikov, Kostya (2008) Deterministic surface growth of single-crystalline iron oxide nanostructures in nonequilibrium plasma. Crystal Growth and Design, 8(12), pp. 4347-4349.
An innovative approach to precise tailoring of surface density, shapes, and sizes of single-crystalline α-Fe 2O 3 nanowires and nanobelts by controlling interactions of reactive oxygen plasma-generated species with the Fe surface is proposed. This strongly nonequilibrium, rapid, almost incubation-free, high-rate growth directly from the solid-solid interface can also be applied to other oxide materials and is based on deterministic control of the density of oxygen species and the surface conditions, which determine the nanostructure nucleation and growth.
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