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    • Facile hydrothermal route to the controlled synthesis of 𝛼-Fe2O3 1-D nanostructures

      Lixia Yang Ying Liang Hou Chen Lingyan Kong Wei Jiang

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      Single-crystalline 𝛼-Fe2O3 1-D nanostructures can be obtained via a facile one-step hydrothermal synthetic route. It was found that the introduction of SnCl4 played a key role in determining the composition and morphology of 𝛼-Fe2O3. The addition of SnCl4 favours the formation of Fe2O3 rather than FeOOH, and the morphology can be tuned from nanorod to double-shuttle as the increase of SnCl4 concentration. The products were characterized by X-ray powder diffraction (XRD), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and selectedarea electron diffraction (SAED). This simple method does not need any seed, catalyst, or template, thus is promising for large-scale and low-cost production.

    • Multifunctional CNTs nanohybrids decorated with magnetic and fluorescent nanoparticles layer-by-layer

      Li Liu Wei Jiang Lei Yao Xi-Wen Yang Bin-Hua Chen Shi-Xi Wu Feng-Sheng Li

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      Fe3O4/CNTs nanocomposites, which were prepared by polyol-medium in situ high-temperature decomposition of Fe(𝑎𝑐𝑎𝑐)3 using PVP as stabilizing agent andmodified with SDS, were further decorated with high-quality ZnS nanocrystal via a wet technique in glycol solution. The obtained ZnS/Fe3O4/CNTs nanohybrids were characterized by XRD, FT–IR, Raman microscope, TEM, EDS, XPS, VSM and fluorophotometers. Results indicated that magnetic Fe3O4 nanoparticles and fluorescent ZnS nanocrystal were uniformly dispersed on the surface of CNTs layer-by-layer with PVP and SDS as stabilizing agent and ion-capture agent, respectively. The novel multi-functional nanohybrids exhibit super-paramagnetic properties with a saturation magnetization about 6.795 emu g-1 at room temperature and show a strong emission band at 367 nm with a broad shoulder around 342–483 nm due to the interactions and/or background emissions of Fe3O4 and CNTs. The superparamagnetic and fluorescent properties of obtained products are promising for potential applications in magnetically guided and fluorescence tracing drug delivery systems.

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