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|Title:||Metal corrosion for nanofabrication|
|Keywords:||chemical liquid deposition|
chemical vapor deposition
|Source:||Yu, H.-D., Zhang, Z., Han, M.-Y. (2012-09-10). Metal corrosion for nanofabrication. Small 8 (17) : 2621-2635. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1002/smll.201200475|
|Abstract:||The annual cost of corrosion has been increasing globally, and it has now reached beyond 3% of the world's gross domestic product. It remains a challenge to reduce or prevent unwanted corrosion effectively after many decades of effort. Nowadays, more efforts are being made to develop anti-corrosion platforms for decreasing the huge cost of corrosion. In parallel, it is also highly expected to be able to use corrosion for producing useful materials with reduced energy consumption. In this review, recent progress in how methods for controlling metal corrosion can be used to produce structure-diversified nanomaterials are summarized along with a presentation of their applications. As a valuable addition to the scientists' toolbox, metal corrosion strategies can be applied to different metals and their alloys for the production of various nanostructured materials; this also provides insights into how metal corrosion can be further prevented and into how corrosion wastage can be reduced. Copyright © 2012 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. KGaA, Weinheim.|
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