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L. Vayssieres Growth of Arrayed Nanorods and Nanowires of ZnO from Aqueous Solutions Advanced Materials 15

Article first published online: 7 MAR 2003 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.200390108

Strict control of precipitation and dispersion conditions makes it possible to generate well-defined and well-oriented ZnO nanoparticles (see Figure) of variable size and shape on various substrates. No template, membrane, organic surfactant, or applied external field is required, and consequently, the design of thin films with complex architecture over a large area is cleaner, faster, and less expensive.

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