Home List of Titles Achieving controllable sol-gel processing of tellurite glasses through the use of Te(VI) precursors
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- Achieving controllable sol-gel processing of tellurite glasses through the use of Te(VI) precursors
- Weng, L.; Hodgson, S.; Bao, X.; Sagoe-Crentsil, K.
- Tellurite thin films have potential to be applied in optical and electronic areas, but it is difficult to prepare from tellurium(IV) alkoxides by sol-gel processing due to the instability of tellurium(IV) alkoxides and their derivatives. The precursor of tellurium(VI) complex is synthesized and applied to make tellurium oxide thin films without addition of any modifiers in the study. The decomposition process of the complex is investigated, and the thin films derived from this precursor are characterized structurally, morphologically and optically.
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- Journal article
- Materials Science and Engineering: B, Vol. 107, no. 1 (Feb 2004), pp. 89-93
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- 02 Physical Sciences; 03 Chemical Sciences; 09 Engineering
- Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy; Glass; Hydrolysis; Morphology; Quenching; Sol-gel processing; Sol-gels; Solubility; Synthesis chemical; Tellurium compound; Tellurium VI precursor; Thin films; X ray diffraction analysis
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