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Phenoxo bridged dinuclear Zn II Schiff base complex as new precursor for preparation zinc oxide nanoparticles: Synthesis, characterization, crystal structures and photoluminescence studies by S. Structural determination of compound 1 was determined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction.
The results were revealed that the zinc complex is a centrosymmetric dimer in which deprotonated phenolates bridge the two five-coordinate metal atoms and link the two halves of the dimer.
The thermal stability of compound 1 was analyzed by thermal gravimetric analysis TGA and differential scanning calorimetry DSC. The effect of the initial substrates concentration and reaction time on size and morphology of compound 1 nanostructure was investigated as well.
Furthermore, the luminescent properties of the complex 1 were examined.
The formation mechanism of the embedded structure and the effects of core flow rates on photocatalytic properties were investigated, and their photocatalytic properties were compared with the photocatalytic properties of nano-spheres and nanofibers.
The specific surface area of the nanofibers improved to The novel structure has large nanofiber gaps. Display OmittedIn this article, the optical properties of ZnO: Be films grown by plasma-assisted molecular beam epitaxy were investigated by the excitation density-dependent and temperature-dependent photoluminescence measurements.
Furthermore, a shallow acceptor state with ionization energy of meV was found and attributed to Zn vacancy. The present study further suggests that Be and N codoping ZnO might be suitable for fabricating reliable p-type ZnO materials.
Oxides; Thin films; Semiconductors; Optical properties; Luminescence; Preparation of transparent red-emitting layer using hydrothermally synthesized YVO4: The effects of annealing process on the crystalline phase, particle morphology and emission properties were investigated.
All the phosphor layers formed with multiple coating exhibited an outstanding visible transparency.
The mini-sized transparent plasma-discharge panels were fabricated using the nanophosphor layers deposited by screen printing and their luminance characteristics investigated.
The emission spectra of Lu2MoO6: The structure and luminescent properties of these phosphors were investigated.
The excitation and emission spectra show that the samples can be effectively excited by the near ultraviolet light at nm and exhibit strong red emission centered at nm. The experimental results indicate the red luminescent intensity of Lu2MoO6: Phosphors; X-ray photoemission spectroscopy investigation of CaTiO3: Eu for luminescence property: The influence on the photoluminescent performance due to the electronic structure change in Eu-doped CaTiO3 of the specific core-level and valence band spectrum via X-ray photoemission spectroscopy were characterized.A novel nonlinear optical single crystal of cytosinium hydrogen selenite was grown from aqueous solution of cytosinium hydrogen selenite by slow solvent evaporation method at room temperature.
The structural properties of grown crystal have been studied by . In turn, the latter builds a network of effective hydrogen bonds. This behavior opposes the general tendency of selenite(IV) and hydrogen selenite(IV) compounds, since these anions are commonly found to have formed effective hydrogen bonds with surrounding chemical species.
Cytosinium hydrogen selenite. By Radhwane Takouachet, Rim Benali-Cherif and Nourredine Benali-Cherif.
Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Abstract. In the crystal structure of the title salt, C4H6N3O+·HSeO3−, systematic name 6-aminomethylidene-2,3-dihydropyrimidinium hydrogen selenite, the hydrogenselenite anions and the cytosinium cations.
But Selenite is unique in that it forms from water seeping into the ancient limestone formations and dissolving the sulfide ores, producing sulfuric acid.
It then absorbs calcium, and this calcium mingles with oxygen and hydrogen to form Selenite. While selenium is not a metallic element, gray selenium is a good photoconductor, and was used in early photocells. Subsequently, selenium and various selenium compounds have been used in a variety of photoconductor and photovoltaic applications.
A novel nonlinear optical single crystal of cytosinium hydrogen selenite was successfully grown from aqueous solution by slow evaporation method at room temperature.
The unit cell parameters of the grown crystal were estimated by single crystal X- ray diffraction analysis.