Novel Solid-State Route to Nanostructured Tin, Zinc and Cerium Oxides as Potential Materials for Sensors. Diaz, C.; Platoni, S.; Molina, A.; Valenzuela, M.; Geaney, H.; and O'dwyer, C. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, 14(9):6748-6753, 2014.
Novel Solid-State Route to Nanostructured Tin, Zinc and Cerium Oxides as Potential Materials for Sensors [link]Paper  doi  abstract   bibtex   
Solid-state sensor nanostructured materials (SnO2, ZnO and CeO2) have been prepared by pyrolysis of macromolecular complexes: PSP-co-4-PVP center dot (SnCl2)(n), PSP-co-4-PVP center dot (ZnCl2)(n) and PSP-co-4-PVP center dot (Ce(NO3)(3))(n) in several molar ratios under air at 800 degrees C. The as-prepared nanostructured SnO2 exhibits morphologies and particle sizes which are dependent upon the molar ratio of the SnCl2:PSP-co-4-PVR When a larger weight fraction of the inorganic salt in the precursor mixture is used (1:10 > 1:5 > 1.1) larger crystalline crystals are found for each oxide. For ZnO and CeO2 agglomerates of morphologies from the respective hexagonal and cubic structures were observed with typical sizes of 30-50 nm in both cases for a precursor mixture ratio of 1:1.
@article{RN201,
  abstract = {Solid-state sensor nanostructured materials (SnO2, ZnO and CeO2) have been prepared by pyrolysis of macromolecular complexes: PSP-co-4-PVP center dot (SnCl2)(n), PSP-co-4-PVP center dot (ZnCl2)(n) and PSP-co-4-PVP center dot (Ce(NO3)(3))(n) in several molar ratios under air at 800 degrees C. The as-prepared nanostructured SnO2 exhibits morphologies and particle sizes which are dependent upon the molar ratio of the SnCl2:PSP-co-4-PVR When a larger weight fraction of the inorganic salt in the precursor mixture is used (1:10 > 1:5 > 1.1) larger crystalline crystals are found for each oxide. For ZnO and CeO2 agglomerates of morphologies from the respective hexagonal and cubic structures were observed with typical sizes of 30-50 nm in both cases for a precursor mixture ratio of 1:1.},
  added-at = {2019-12-04T03:57:35.000+0100},
  author = {Diaz, C. and Platoni, S. and Molina, A. and Valenzuela, M.L. and Geaney, H. and O'dwyer, C.},
  biburl = {https://www.bibsonomy.org/bibtex/2edd75edc658408d173d9d2fba59710cd/dqcauchile},
  doi = {10.1166/jnn.2014.9350},
  interhash = {c669948621c650ee884b12744a469598},
  intrahash = {edd75edc658408d173d9d2fba59710cd},
  issn = {1533-4880},
  journal = {Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology},
  keywords = {solid ceo2, cerium sensors, ruthenium, polyphosphazenes, gold metal-oxide, synthesis, dqcauchile state, tem, nanoparticles, tin zinc nanostructures, oxide, complex,},
  number = 9,
  pages = {6748-6753},
  timestamp = {2019-12-04T03:58:17.000+0100},
  title = {Novel Solid-State Route to Nanostructured Tin, Zinc and Cerium Oxides as Potential Materials for Sensors},
  type = {Journal Article},
  url = {/brokenurl#<Go to ISI>://WOS:000335873900035},
  volume = 14,
  year = 2014
}
Downloads: 0