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Hydrothermal synthesis of TiO2 using TiCl3 with Nutrients and gas sensing performance of TiO2 thick films

  title={Hydrothermal synthesis of TiO2 using TiCl3 with Nutrients and gas sensing performance of TiO2 thick films},
  author={Ganesh J. Mogal and G. E. Patil and Fabian I. Ezema and V. B. Gaikwad and Gotan Hiralal Jain},
In this work TiO2nanoparticals of hexagonal shape were prepared by using TiCl3, the TiO2 thick films were prepared by using screen printing technique. The films were characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), UV visible technique, Transmission electron microscope (TEM) and Selected area diffractogram (SAED). The effect of change in nutrient such as water, NH4 and seed of nano TiO2 on the structural, morphological and gas sensing properties of the films were studied and discussed… Expand

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