NiO Nanofibers as a Candidate for a Nanophotocathode
Abstractp-type NiO nanofibers have been synthesized from a simple electrospinning and sintering procedure. For the first time, p-type nanofibers have been electrospun onto a conductive fluorine doped tin oxide (FTO) surface. The properties of the NiO nanofibers have been directly compared to that of bulk NiO nanopowder. We have observed a p-type photocurrent for a NiO photocathode fabricated on an FTO substrate.
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Macdonald, T.J.; Xu, J.; Elmas, S.; Mange, Y.J.; Skinner, W.M.; Xu, H.; Nann, T. NiO Nanofibers as a Candidate for a Nanophotocathode. Nanomaterials 2014, 4, 256-266.
Macdonald TJ, Xu J, Elmas S, Mange YJ, Skinner WM, Xu H, Nann T. NiO Nanofibers as a Candidate for a Nanophotocathode. Nanomaterials. 2014; 4(2):256-266.Chicago/Turabian Style
Macdonald, Thomas J.; Xu, Jie; Elmas, Sait; Mange, Yatin J.; Skinner, William M.; Xu, Haolan; Nann, Thomas. 2014. " NiO Nanofibers as a Candidate for a Nanophotocathode." Nanomaterials 4, no. 2: 256-266.