Findings on Crystal Growth Described by S. Krishnan and Colleagues (Low dimensional CuO nanocomposites synthesis by pulsed wire explosion and their crystal growth mechanism)
Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research, "Low-dimensional transition metal oxide nanoparticles have been widely researched for their unique current transport properties. We have successfully synthesized shape controlled copper nanocomposites using a novel pulsed wire explosion method without chemical additives. A possible particle growth mechanism corresponding to the exploding medium temperature is suggested. We have shown that surface condition of the nanoparticles, inter-particle electrostatic interaction and thermodynamic stability of the medium determine the final particle morphology."
According to the news editors, the research concluded: "The ability to control the nanoparticles morphology and understanding of the crystal growth mechanism would facilitate in the synthesis of low-dimensional nanoparticles of various transition metal oxides for future electronic applications."
For more information on this research see: Low dimensional CuO nanocomposites synthesis by pulsed wire explosion and their crystal growth mechanism.
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