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Carbon spheres synthesized by ultrasonic treatment
Wang, ZX(王震遐); Yu, LP(余礼平); Zhang, W; Zhu, ZY(朱志远); He, GW; Chen, Y; Hu, G
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AbstractOnion-like carbon nanospheres have been synthesized through ultrasound treatment on highly oriented pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) material in deion water. High resolution transmission electron microscope (HRTEM) and electron diffraction (ED) analyses show that these nanospheres are composed of disordered lattice lines of graphene sheets and the size of them ranges from about 10 nm to 200 nm. In addition, to explain the growth mechanism of carbon nanospberes, one possible two-stage model was proposed of nucleus formation and "rolling snowball" growth of carbon nanospheres. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.
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Wang, ZX,Yu, LP,Zhang, W,et al. Carbon spheres synthesized by ultrasonic treatment[J]. PHYSICS LETTERS A,2003,307(4):249.
APA Wang, ZX.,Yu, LP.,Zhang, W.,Zhu, ZY.,He, GW.,...&Hu, G.(2003).Carbon spheres synthesized by ultrasonic treatment.PHYSICS LETTERS A,307(4),249.
MLA Wang, ZX,et al."Carbon spheres synthesized by ultrasonic treatment".PHYSICS LETTERS A 307.4(2003):249.
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