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《Journal of Inorganic Materials》 2004-05
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Preparation Process of Nanosized Organic/Inorganic Thin Films by Sol-Gel Spin-coating Method

LI Yan, PAN Qing-Yi, ZHANG Jian-Ping, CHENG Zhi-Xuan, CHEN Hai-Hua (Department of Chemistry, Shanghai University, Shanghai 200436, China)  
PEG6000/nano-Ni(OH)2 sol was prepared by a modified sol-gel method with Ni(Ac)2. The stable region of the sol was definited by measuring the viscosity of the sol. Furthermore the flow patterns of the stable sol were studied and the results show that the stable sol has two flow patterns: Newtonian and pseudoplastic fluid. With the Newtonian fluid of the stable sol, the nano-NiO thin films were produced by the spin-coating method. The research results indicate that the thickness of the film (d) is largely determined by the factors including angular velocity (ω), the apparent viscosity of the sol (η) and the content of Ni(OH)2(M) to the equation: d = K . The quality of the films is influenced by the flow patterns and the content of PEG of the stable sol. The surfaces of the thin films with Newtonian sol are smooth while those with pseudoplastic sol are rough and wavy. The surfaces of nano-NiO films with high content of Ni(OH)2 and low content of PEG6000 are compact and dense while those with low content of Ni(OH)2 and high content of PEG6000 are loose.
【Fund】: 上海市纳米专项(0352nm068)
【CateGory Index】: TB383
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