This work was jointly supported by NSFC (20125309, 90206012, 20433010, 20573001, 50521201), NKBRSF (G2000077503), RFDP of the Ministry of Education of China. Thermodynamic estimations of the proposed reactions and the lattice structure and orientation of ZnAl2O4 nanonet in various hexagonal pore domains that are far away from each other are available as Supporting Information online at Wiley InterScience or from the author.
Interfacial Reaction Growth: Morphology, Composition, and Structure Controls in Preparation of Crystalline ZnxAlyOz Nanonets†
Article first published online: 24 MAR 2006
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Volume 18, Issue 7, pages 943–947, April, 2006
How to Cite
Wang, Y., Liao, Q., Lei, H., Zhang, X. P., Ai, X. C., Zhang, J. P. and Wu, K. (2006), Interfacial Reaction Growth: Morphology, Composition, and Structure Controls in Preparation of Crystalline ZnxAlyOz Nanonets. Adv. Mater., 18: 943–947. doi: 10.1002/adma.200502154
- Issue published online: 24 MAR 2006
- Article first published online: 24 MAR 2006
- Manuscript Accepted: 29 DEC 2005
- Manuscript Received: 9 OCT 2005
- Epitaxial growth;
- Template-directed assembly/synthesis
Crystalline ZnAl2O4 nanotubes and nanonets are produced by interfacial reaction growth at the exterior and interior surfaces of an anodized aluminum oxide (AAO) template via the reaction between Al2O3 and ZnO (see figure). Afterwards, a thick ZnO nanonet grows epitaxially on the crystalline ZnAl2O4 nanonet because of their perfect lattice matching.