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      Nanostructures; zinc oxide; flower.

    • Abstract

       

      Synthesis of flower-shaped ZnO nanostructures composed of ZnO nanosticks was achieved by the solution process using zinc acetate dihydrate, sodium hydroxide and polyethylene glycol-20000 (PEG-20000) at 180°C for 4 h. The diameter of individual nanosticks was about 100 nm. Detailed structure characterizations demonstrate that the synthesized products are wurtzite hexagonal phase, grown along the [001] direction. The infrared (IR) spectrum shows the standard peak of zinc oxide at 571 cm-1. Raman scattering exhibits a sharp and strong 𝐸2 mode at 441 cm-1 which further confirms the good crystal and wurtzite hexagonal phase of the grown nanostructures.

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      Jun Wang1 Shunxiao Zhang1 Jia You1 Huijun Yan1 Zhanshuang Li1 Xiaoyan Jing1 Milin Zhang1

      1. School of Material Science and Chemical Engineering, Harbin Engineering University, Harbin 150001, P R China
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