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Temperature driven in-situ phase transformation of PbW[O.sub.4] nanobelts.(Report)

The synthesis and the different characteristics exhibited by the different PbW[O.sub.4] nanobelts are discussed. The results demonstrate the occurrence of different transformation relationships between the respite and scheelite phases of the system.

Journal Title: Journal of Applied Physics June 15, 2011, Vol.109(12), p.124309-1-124309-5
Main Author: Xue Wang
Other Authors: Yong Ding , Zhong Lin Wang , Chenguo Hu
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Language: English
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Quelle: Cengage Learning, Inc.
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  • Nanorods -- Usage
  • Phase Transitions (Physics) -- Analysis
  • Quantum Electrodynamics -- Usage
  • Transmission Electron Microscopes -- Technology Application
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description: The synthesis and the different characteristics exhibited by the different PbW[O.sub.4] nanobelts are discussed. The results demonstrate the occurrence of different transformation relationships between the respite and scheelite phases of the system.
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