Molybdenum nanowires by electrodeposition.

@article{Zach2000MolybdenumNB,
  title={Molybdenum nanowires by electrodeposition.},
  author={Michael P. Zach and Kwok H. Ng and Reginald M. Penner},
  journal={Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={290 5499},
  pages={
          2120-3
        }
}
Metallic molybdenum (Mo(o)) wires with diameters ranging from 15 nanometers to 1.0 micrometers and lengths of up to 500 micrometers (0.5 millimeters) were prepared in a two-step procedure. Molybdenum oxide wires were electrodeposited selectively at step edges and then reduced in hydrogen gas at 500 degrees C to yield Mo(o). The hemicylindrical wires prepared by this technique were self-uniform, and the wires prepared in a particular electrodeposition (in batches of 10(5) to 10(7)) were narrowly… 

Metal nanowire arrays by electrodeposition.

  • E. WalterM. Zach R. Penner
  • Chemistry, Materials Science
    Chemphyschem : a European journal of chemical physics and physical chemistry
  • 2003
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