Effect of Size-Dependent Thermal Instability on Synthesis of Zn2 SiO4-SiOx Core–Shell Nanotube Arrays and Their Cathodoluminescence Properties

@inproceedings{Li2010EffectOS,
  title={Effect of Size-Dependent Thermal Instability on Synthesis of Zn2 SiO4-SiOx Core–Shell Nanotube Arrays and Their Cathodoluminescence Properties},
  author={Chun Bao Li and Yoshio Bando and B. Dierre and Takashi Sekiguchi and Yang Huang and Jing Lin and Dmitri V Golberg},
  booktitle={Nanoscale research letters},
  year={2010}
}
Vertically aligned Zn2SiO4-SiOx(x < 2) core-shell nanotube arrays consisting of Zn2SiO4-nanoparticle chains encapsulated into SiOx nanotubes and SiOx-coated Zn2SiO4 coaxial nanotubes were synthesized via one-step thermal annealing process using ZnO nanowire (ZNW) arrays as templates. The appearance of different nanotube morphologies was due to size-dependent thermal instability and specific melting of ZNWs. With an increase in ZNW diameter, the formation mechanism changed from decomposition of… CONTINUE READING
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