Low-valent vanadium oxide nanostructures with controlled crystal structures and morphologies.

@article{Li2007LowvalentVO,
  title={Low-valent vanadium oxide nanostructures with controlled crystal structures and morphologies.},
  author={Guicun Li and Kun – Mao Chao and Hongrui Peng and Kezheng Chen and Zhikun Zhang},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={46 14},
  pages={5787-90}
}
Low-valent vanadium oxide nanostructures have been synthesized in large quantities using commercial V2O5 powder as the precursor by a facile reduction method. The crystal structures and morphologies of vanadium oxide nanostructures can be adjusted by altering the concentrations and types of reductants. VO2(B) nanostructures are fabricated using oxalic acid as the reductant. VO2(B) nanobelts with widths of 80-150 nm, thicknesses of 20-30 nm, and lengths up to several micrometers can evolve to… CONTINUE READING

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