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TiO2-SnO2 Nano-Tinsel Flowers
SnO2 nanowires were grown from commercial FTO slides using the vapor-liquid-solid (VLS) method forming the backbone of these long strands. These were placed in a microwave-assisted hydrothermal chamber where TiO2 nanorods nucleated radially from the SnO2 nanowire cores. This “nano-tinsel” structure is being investigated for its gas-sensing and photovoltaic properties. Photo credit: Derek Miller, Materials Science and Engineering Department, The Ohio State University

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