Shape-controlled synthesis of copper particles with high electrical conductivity behaviours

@article{Zhou2011ShapecontrolledSO,
  title={Shape-controlled synthesis of copper particles with high electrical conductivity behaviours},
  author={Xing Zhou and Gui-zhe Zhao and Hui Niu and Yaqing Liu and Chuan-sheng Chen},
  journal={Micro \& Nano Letters},
  year={2011},
  volume={6},
  pages={269-272}
}
A simple and cost-effective method for preparing copper particles is reported, which has the ability to shape the particle without using any capping agent or hard template. These samples were characterised by a variety of techniques, such as scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, energy-dispersive X-ray detector and UV-vis spectrometer. In the synthetic procedure, the reaction temperatures and surfactant content exerted a strong influence on the shape of copper particles. In addition… 
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