Copper(II) oxide was synthesized in a glass matrix by multiple cycles of impregnation of porous glass with an aqueous solution of copper nitrate, followed by dehydration and thermal decomposition of the salt. The electrical conductivity and its temperature dependences, measured during the progressive accumulation of copper(II) oxide in porous glass, are indicative of a gradual change from chains to 2D structures, eventually resulting in a conductive oxide monolayer.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 16, 2012
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