Fabrication of free standing anodic titanium oxide membranes with clean surface using recycling process.

@article{Meng2010FabricationOF,
  title={Fabrication of free standing anodic titanium oxide membranes with clean surface using recycling process.},
  author={Xianhui Meng and Tae-Young Lee and Huiyu Chen and Dong-Wook Shin and Kee-Won Kwon and Sang Jik Kwon and J. B. Yoo},
  journal={Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology},
  year={2010},
  volume={10 7},
  pages={4259-65}
}
Large area of self-organized, free standing anodic titanium oxide (ATO) nanotube membranes with clean surfaces were facilely prepared to desired lengths via electrochemical anodization of highly pure Ti sheets in an ethylene glycol electrolyte, with a small amount of NH4F and H2O at 50 V, followed by self-detachment of the ATO membrane from the Ti substrate using recycling processes. In the first anodization step, the nanowire oxide layer existed over the well-arranged ATO nanotube. After… CONTINUE READING