2021
DOI: 10.5829/ije.2021.34.08b.10
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Abstract: ZnO nanoparticles were prepared by direct thermal decomposition of the precursor [contain: Zn4(SO4)(OH)6.H2O and ZnO] in air for 1 h at 875°C. The pH of the precursor solution was set at 6 and 11 by the controlled addition of the NH3•H2O solution. The as-prepared materials were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), infrared spectrum (FTIR), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). According to the analyses, the ZnO nanoparticles were pure with both rod-like and spheri… Show more

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“…The main diffracting peaks were observed for the (100), (002), and (101) orientation of wurtzite ZnO at 2θ = 31.8º, 34.6º, and 36.4º, respectively, with the remaining peaks corresponding to the (102), ( 110), (103), and (112) orientation [21]. The locations of the diffraction peaks match precisely with the standards as well as the ZnO particles with different morphology and different preparation techniques [9]. The intensities of the diffraction peaks are all comparable even with increasing Bi concentration, indicating that the amount of the Bi dopant in the lattice is not sufficient to have any effect on the overall crystal structure of the ZnO host.…”
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“…The main diffracting peaks were observed for the (100), (002), and (101) orientation of wurtzite ZnO at 2θ = 31.8º, 34.6º, and 36.4º, respectively, with the remaining peaks corresponding to the (102), ( 110), (103), and (112) orientation [21]. The locations of the diffraction peaks match precisely with the standards as well as the ZnO particles with different morphology and different preparation techniques [9]. The intensities of the diffraction peaks are all comparable even with increasing Bi concentration, indicating that the amount of the Bi dopant in the lattice is not sufficient to have any effect on the overall crystal structure of the ZnO host.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 58%
“…Among different forms of ZnO, nanoparticles can provide a higher surface area, which increases the number of active sites for the reactions compared to thin films or other 2D bulk surfaces, particularly useful for catalytic applications [4]. ZnO nanoparticles have been prepared by various techniques, including sol-gel method [5], electrophoretic deposition [6], hydrothermal methods [7], thermal decomposition [8,9], chemical vapor deposition [10], and coprecipitation [11]. Co-precipitation is considered one of the most straightforward and affordable techniques due to its minimal setup and fewer chemical precursors involved in the process; while also allowing for *Corresponding Author Institutional Email: pakpoom.b@nrru.ac.th (P. Buabthong) incorporating dopants to vary the electronic properties [12].…”
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“…Pasha and Domiri-Ganji [15] examining the crossover examination of micropolar ethylene-glycol nanofluid on extending surface mounted triangular, rectangular, and chamfer blades by FEM technique and optimization with RSM strategy. Darezereshki et al [16] studied the chemical handle of synthesizing zinc oxide (ZnO) with nanorod and circular morphologies. The response temperature of all steps amid the blend of ZnO nano powders moved to a higher temperature as the pH of the beginning arrangement expanded from 6 to 11.…”
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confidence: 99%