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Nucleation site and mechanism leading to growth of bulk-quantity nanorods
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10.1063/1.1923753
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A typical XRD pattern of the sample prepared by the dripping speed of the NaOH solution was faster under a heating temperature at for , which was obtained using radiation .

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(a) A typical TEM bright-field image of clusters of nanorods. (b) An HRTEM image of the single nanorod shown in (a), where the nanorod formed in the dripping speed of the NaOH solution was faster under a heating temperature at for .

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A typical TEM bright-field image of clusters of nanoparticles, where the nanoparticles formed in the dripping speed of the NaOH solution was very slow.

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Raman spectra of nanorods, which was prepared by the dripping speed of the NaOH solution, was faster under heating temperature at for .

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Scitation: Nucleation site and mechanism leading to growth of bulk-quantity Mn3O4 nanorods
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/86/18/10.1063/1.1923753
10.1063/1.1923753
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