TITLE

Facile nanocoating method: From B-doped to BN-coated one-dimensional nanostructures

AUTHOR(S)
Tang, C.C.; Bando, Y.; Golberg, D.; Mitome, M.; Ding, X.X.; Qi, S.R.
PUB. DATE
July 2004
SOURCE
Applied Physics Letters;7/5/2004, Vol. 85 Issue 1, p106
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
B-doped MgO nanowires were synthesized through impurity-assisted physical evaporation of a mixture of B and MgO with a small amount of Ga2O3. The B content in the mixture affectsthe morphology of MgO nanowires. B-doped MgO nanotubes and cubes were formed when B-rich mixtures were utilized. Ammonothermal treatment of as-synthesized B-doped products resulted in the formation of uniform BN coatings adherent to nanowire and nanotube surfaces. Thus a facile BN coating method was developed. Finally the growth mechanism of the present BN-coated one-dimensional nanostructures was proposed.
ACCESSION #
13605607

 

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