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Vertically aligned ZnO nanotubes were prepared by etching ZnO rod arrays in aqueous solution, which were previously developed by chemical bath deposition method. The morphological, structural, photoluminescence, as well as photocatalytic properties of the ZnO nanotubes were examined with respect to the pH values of chemical bath solution. The morphology of(More)
Ti-doped ZnO (ZnO/Ti) thin films were grown on indium tin oxide substrates by a facile electrodeposition route. The morphology, crystal structure and resistive switching properties were examined, respectively. The morphology reveals that grains are composed of small crystals. The (002) preferential growth along c-axis of ZnO/Ti could be observed from(More)
Although the reversible wettability transition between hydrophobic and hydrophilic graphene under ultraviolet (UV) irradiation has been observed, the mechanism for this phenomenon remains unclear. In this work, experimental and theoretical investigations demonstrate that the H2O molecules are split into hydrogen and hydroxyl radicals, which are then(More)
A new class of memristors based on long-range-ordered CeO2 nanocubes with a controlled degree of self-assembly is presented, in which the regularity and range of the nanocubes can be greatly improved with a highly concentrated dispersed surfactant. The magnitudes of the hydrophobicity and surface energy components as functions of surfactant concentration(More)
We reported a novel and facile approach to fabricate self-assembled CeO2 nanocube-based resistive-switching memory device. The device was found to exhibit excellent bipolar resistive-switching characteristics with a high resistance state (HRS/OFF) to low resistance state (LRS/ON) ratio of 10(4), better uniformity, and stability up to 480 K. The presence of(More)
Further progress in high-performance microelectronic devices relies on the development of novel materials and device architectures. However, the components and designs that are currently in use have reached their physical limits. Intensive research efforts, ranging from device fabrication to performance evaluation, are required to surmount these(More)
We report a novel approach to improve the resistive switching performance of semiconductor nanorod (NR) arrays, by introducing ceria (CeO2) quantum dots (QDs) as surface charge trappers. The vertically aligned zinc oxide (ZnO) (NR) arrays were grown on transparent conductive glass by electrochemical deposition while CeO2 QDs were prepared by a solvothermal(More)
Zn1 - x Mn x O nanoparticles have been synthesized by hydrothermal technique. The doping concentration of Mn can reach up to 9 at% without precipitation or secondary phase, confirmed by electron spin resonance (ESR) and synchrotron X-ray diffraction (XRD). Room-temperature ferromagnetism is observed in the as-prepared nanoparticles. However, the(More)
For oxide semiconductors, the morphology, particle size and oxygen vacancies are usually considered as key influential parameters for photocatalytic degradation of organic pollutants/dyes. It is widely accepted that cation doping not only modifies their phase and microstructures but also introduces variations in oxygen vacancy concentration. Herein, we(More)
In this work, lithium-doped lanthanum titanate (LLTO) nanosheets have been prepared by a facile hydrothermal approach. It is found that with the incorporation of lithium ions, the morphology of the product transfers from rectangular nanosheets to irregular nanosheets along with a transition from La2Ti2O7 to Li0.5La0.5TiO3. The as-prepared LLTO nanosheets(More)