Zinc oxide nanostructures: morphology derivation and evolution.

@article{Ye2005ZincON,
  title={Zinc oxide nanostructures: morphology derivation and evolution.},
  author={Changhui Ye and Xiaosheng Fang and Yufeng Hao and Xuemei Teng and Lide Zhang},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2005},
  volume={109 42},
  pages={19758-65}
}
Zinc oxide nanostructures of various types, including nanobelts, nanoplatelets, nanowires, and nanorods, have been synthesized via well-developed routes by many research groups. However, so far, the underlying mechanism for the morphology derivation and evolution of the nanostructures has not been elucidated in depth. In this article, we report the systematic investigation of the morphology evolution characteristics of ZnO nanostructures from dense rods to dense nanoplatelets, nanoplatelet… CONTINUE READING
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