Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Bhakat and P. Bhakat , P. Singh Published Materials Science Nanosized materials have been an important subject in basic and applied sciences and these metal nanoparticles have been intensively studied within the past decade Synthesis of hexagonal shape zinc oxide nanorods is achieved by thermal decomposition process. The sample was characterized by uv-vis spectrophotometer, X-ray diffraction Scanning electron microscope.
Synthesis, Characterization, and Applications of ZnO Nanowires
Synthesis of zinc oxide nanorods or nanotubes on one side of a microcantilever
Anishkumar Manoharan , University of Arkansas Follow. The main aim of this research was to develop a nanorod based biosensor for biomedical applications. In this project I use zinc oxide nanorods as the bio-material for biosensor. I fabricated these nanorods using a solution-based technique. Initially I coated a zinc oxide seed layer as the base.
Zinc Oxide Nanorods: Synthesis and Its Applications in Solar Cell
A zinc oxide nanorod sensor or ZnO nanorod sensor is an electronic or optical device detecting presence of certain gas or liquid molecules e. The sensor exploits enhanced surface area and thus surface activity intrinsic to all nano-sized materials, including ZnO nanorods. Adsorption of molecules on the nanorods can be detected through variation of the nanorods' properties, such as photoluminescence, electrical conductivity , vibration frequency, mass, etc. The simplest and thus most popular way is to pass electrical current through the nanorods and observe its changes upon exposure to gas. Synthesis can be obtained by a hydrothermal method using Molar solution of hexamine and Zinc nitrate solution kept together for 56 hours in an autoclave at degree Celsius.
Fermi 40, Frascati, Rome, Italy. Lancetti 43, Milan, Italy. The development of antibiotic resistance among pathogenic bacteria combined with increased implant-associated infections have determined a great interest towards new bactericidal materials containing various organic and inorganic substances.