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Synthesis of SnO2 Nanoribbons by a Carbothermal Reduction Process

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This communication describes, for the first time, the growth of SnO2 nanoribbons by a controlled carbothermal reduction process. An analysis of the transmission electron microscopy image revealed that these nanoribbons have a well-defined shape, with a typical width in the range of 70-300 nm. In general, the nanostructured ribbons were more than 100 m in length. The results reported here support the hypothesis that this ribbon-like nanostructured material grows by a vapor-solid process. This study introduces two hypotheses to explain the SnO2 nanoribbon growth process.
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Keywords: CARBOTHERMAL REDUCTION PROCESS; SNO2 NANORIBBONS

Document Type: Communications

Affiliations: 1: Department of Chemistry, UFSCar, São Carlos, SP-13565-905, Brazil 2: Institute of Chemistry, UNESP-Araraquara, SP-Brazil 3: Department of Physics, UFSCar, São Carlos, SP-13565-905, Brazil 4: Department of Materials Engineering, UFSCar, São Carlos, SP-13565-905, Brazil

Publication date: 2002-04-01

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