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A simple method of synthesizing nanomaterials and the ability to control the size and position of them are crucial for fabricating nanodevices. In this work, we developed a novel ammonia aqueous solution method for growing well-aligned ZnO nanorod arrays on a silicon substrate. For ZnO nanorod growth, a thin zinc metal seed layer was deposited on a silicon(More)
ZnO nanowire-CdO composite nanostructures were fabricated by a simple two-step process involving ammonia solution method and thermal evaporation. First, ZnO nanowires (NWs) were grown on Si substrate by aqueous ammonia solution method and then CdO was deposited on these ZnO NWs by thermal evaporation of cadmium chloride powder. The surface morphology and(More)
A simple, direct synthesis method was used to grow core-shell SiC-SiO(2) nanowires by heating NiO-catalysed silicon substrates. A carbothermal reduction of WO(3) provided a reductive environment and carbon source to synthesize crystalline SiC nanowires covered with SiO(2) sheaths at the growth temperature of 1000-1100 °C. Transmission electron microscopy(More)
High density and vertically well-aligned ZnO nanoneedle arrays were fabricated on the ZnO thin film deposited on silicon substrates. The ZnO buffer layer and nanoneedles were synthesized by metal organic chemical vapor deposition using diethylzinc and oxygen gas. The ZnO buffer film was grown at 250 degrees C and the growth temperature of nanoneedles was in(More)
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