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《Ordnance Material Science and Engineering》 2005-03
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Recent advances in one dimensional inorganic nano - materials

LI Jun - shou, WANG Shuang - xi, CAI Zong - ying (Ordnance Engineering College, Shijiazhuang 050003, China)  
Recent advances in one dimensional inorganic nano - materials were summarized in terms of metals, semiconductors, and ceramics. A new method of producing SnO2 nano - fibers was reported, which was named the thermal explosive deforming synthesis (TEDS), SnO2 nano-fibers produced by TEDS were analyzed by XRD, SEM and TEM. As a result, the diameter of the fiber is about 20 - 100 nm, its diffractogram is the same as that of SnO2. Nano -rods of different length can be obtained by grinding these SnO2 nano - fibres, which have homogenous size, high rate of specific surface area, and are hard to be agglomerated. So they are promising to become an ideal material for gas sensor, humidity sensor, piezoresistive pick -up.
【Fund】: 军械工程学院基金项目
【CateGory Index】: TB383
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