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Abstract Microwave heating chemical vapor deposition (CVD) is used to deposit titanium diboride (TiB 2 ) films on graphite substrate using a gas mixture of TiCl 4 , BCl 3 , H 2 and Ar. The influences of microwave power and the growth rate of TiB 2 are studied by using X-ray diffraction, field...
Abstract The tungsten trioxide (WO 3 ) is a promising material with important technologic and scientific applications, due to its electrochromic, gasochromic and photochromic properties. Usually, this material is synthesized following several routes, for example, sputtering, chemical deposition,...
Abstract The synthesis of nanoparticles (NP) is in the spotlight of modern nanotechnology. In recent years, the development of competent green chemistry methods for the synthesis of metal NPs has become the main focus of research. The biological synthesis of NPs using plant extract is currently...
Abstract An efficient, sustainable, and continuous method for the preparation of graphene supported palladium nanoparticles (Pd/G) has been developed using microwave irradiation as a heating source for the metal deposition process. The Pd/G produced from this method was effective in...
Abstract Multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) and their oxidized derivatives were used as adsorbents for the removal of methylene blue dye from aqueous solution. CNTs have consistent surface and distinct structure, thus they were selected as the novel adsorbents in this study. The site-energy...
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