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CuO nanowires growth on Cu2O by in-situ thermal oxidation in air

04-Sep-2013 | Ang Li; Huaihe Song; Jisheng Zhou; Xiaohong Chen; Siyuan Liu, CrystEngComm, 2013

CuO nanowires were synthesized by in-situ thermal oxidation of Cu2O for the first time in the temperature range of 300~750 ℃ in air. In this process, the effects of annealing temperature and growth time on the growth of CuO nanowires were investigated by SEM, XRD, EDS mapping and line-scan ...


Ultrahigh Currents in Dielectric-Coated Carbon Nanotube Probes

28-Aug-2013 | Yuliya Lisunova; Ivan Levkivskyi; Patrycja Paruch, Nano Letters, 2013

Carbon nanotubes used as conductive atomic force microscopy probes are expected to withstand extremely high currents. However, in existing prototypes, significant self-heating results in rapid degradation of the nanotube probe. Here, we investigate an alternative probe design, fabricated by ...


Improving the Capacity of Polypropylene To Be Used in Antioxidant Active Films: Incorporation of Plasticizer and Natural Antioxidants

23-Aug-2013 | María del Mar Castro López; Carol López de Dicastillo; José Manuel López Vilariño; María Victoria González Rodríguez, Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2013

Two types of active antioxidant food packages with improved release properties, based on polypropylene (PP) as one of the most common polymers used in food-packaging applications, were developed. Incorporation of catechin and green tea as antioxidant provided PP with 6 times higher stabilization ...


A Cocatalyst‐Loaded Ta3N5 Photoanode with a High Solar Photocurrent for Water Splitting upon Facile Removal of the Surface Layer

15-Aug-2013 | Mingxue Li, Wenjun Luo, Dapeng Cao, Xin Zhao, Zhaosheng Li, Tao Yu, Zhigang Zou, Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 2013

Solar water splitting: A Ta3N5 photoanode prepared by a thermal oxidation and nitridation method shows a high solar photocurrent. This photocurrent is currently the highest achieved by a Ta3N5 photoanode. The photocurrent is obtained mainly because of facile thermal and mechanical exfoliation ...


Interaction of Antibiotics with Lipid Vesicles on Thin Film Porous Silicon Using Reflectance Interferometric Fourier Transform Spectroscopy

31-Jul-2013 | Taryn Guinan; Cédric Godefroy; Nicole Lautrédou; Stephanie Pace; Pierre-Emmanuel Milhiet; Nicolas Voelcker; Frédériq ..., Langmuir, 2013

The ability to observe interactions of drugs with cell membranes is an important area in pharmaceutical research. However, these processes are often difficult to understand due to the dynamic nature of cell membranes. Therefore, artificial systems composed of lipids have been used to study ...


Structural Evolution of Poly(acrylonitrile-co-itaconic acid) during Thermal Oxidative Stabilization for Carbon Materials

24-Jul-2013 | Ngoc Uyen Nguyen-Thai; Sung Chul Hong, Macromolecules, 2013

Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) is employed for the quantitative tracking of the structural evolution of poly(acrylonitrile-co-itaconic acid) (PAI) with different itaconic acid (IA) contents during its thermal oxidative stabilization (TOS). The TOS process includes cyclization, ...


The degradation and charring of flame retarded epoxy resin during the combustion

10-Jul-2013 | Wenchao Zhang, Xiangmei Li, Rongjie Yang, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2013

ABSTRACT To study flame retardant mechanism of epoxy resin (EP) by octaphenyl silsesquioxane and 9,10‐dihydro‐9‐oxa‐10‐phosphaphenanthrene‐10‐oxide, an experimental method is set up to investigate the residue of the EPs, which is extinguished during the cone calorimeter testing at different ...


Type- and Species-Selective Air Etching of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Tracked with in Situ Raman Spectroscopy

09-Jul-2013 | Andrew Li-Pook-Than; Jacques Lefebvre; Paul Finnie, ACS Nano, 2013

The thermal oxidation of carbon nanotubes in air is investigated by in situ Raman spectroscopy. Etching rates are directly seen to be diameter, chirality, and type dependent. We directly track the evolution of bundled nanotube networks that undergo air etching from 300 to 600 °C. Some species are ...


Performance of an Electrothermal Swing Adsorption System with Postdesorption Liquefaction for Organic Gas Capture and Recovery

21-Jun-2013 | Kaitlin E. Mallouk; Mark J. Rood, Environmental Science & Technology, 2013

The use of adsorption on activated carbon fiber cloth (ACFC) followed by electrothermal swing adsorption (ESA) and postdesorption pressure and temperature control allows organic gases with boiling points below 0 °C to be captured from air streams and recovered as liquids. This technology has the ...


Critical Thickness of SiO2 Coating Layer on Core@Shell Bulk@Nanowire Si Anode Materials for Li‐Ion Batteries

20-Jun-2013 | Soojin Sim, Pilgun Oh, Soojin Park, Jaephil Cho, Advanced Materials, 2013

Amorphous SiO2 coating layers with thicknesses of ca. 2, 7, 10, and 15 nm are introduced into bulk@nanowire core@shell Si particles via direct thermal oxidation at 650–850 °C. Of the coated samples, Si with a coating thickness of ca. 7 nm has the best electrochemical performance. This sample ...


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