Highly ordered anodic TiO2nanotube arrays and their stabilities as photo(electro)catalysts

Publication year: 2011 Source: Applied Surface Science, Available online 21 December 2011 Lingjie Li, Zhuqing Zhou, Jinglei Lei, Jianxin He, Shengtao Zhang, … Highly ordered TiO2nanotube arrays with an average diameter of 230 nm, a wall thickness of 30 nm and a length of 1.8 μm were fabricated within a large domain by electrochemically anodizing of a titanium foil in a mixed solution of glycerol and NH4F aqueous electrolyte. The TiO2nanotubes exhibit an anatase structure after annealing at 450 °C in air for 3 h.

Publication year: 2011 Source: Applied Surface Science, Available online 21 December 2011 Lingjie Li, Zhuqing Zhou, Jinglei Lei, Jianxin He, Shengtao Zhang, … Highly ordered TiO2nanotube arrays with an average diameter of 230 nm, a wall thickness of 30 nm and a length of 1.8 μm were fabricated within a large domain by electrochemically anodizing of a titanium foil in a mixed solution of glycerol and NH4F aqueous electrolyte. The TiO2nanotubes exhibit an anatase structure after annealing at 450 °C in air for 3 h.

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Highly ordered anodic TiO2nanotube arrays and their stabilities as photo(electro)catalysts