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|Title:||Large-scale synthesis of high-quality ultralong copper nanowires|
|Citation:||Chang, Y., Lye, M.L., Zeng, H.C. (2005-04-26). Large-scale synthesis of high-quality ultralong copper nanowires. Langmuir 21 (9) : 3746-3748. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1021/la050220w|
|Abstract:||The present difficulties in synthesis of one-dimensional copper are short length, nonlinear morphology, polydispersivity, poor crystallinity, low yield, and process complexity. In this work, we demonstrate that high-quality ultralong copper nanowires (90-120 nm in diameter, 40-50 μm in length; aspect ratio > 350-450) can be synthesized in large scale with a facile aqueous reduction route at low cost. The prepared copper nanowires can also be used as starting solid precursor for fabrication of polycrystalline oxide nanotubes via direct oxidation in air. © 2005 American Chemical Society.|
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