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 Title & Authors
Growth and characterization of LaxSryMnzO3 nanorod
Kim, Young Jung;
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 Abstract
The lanthanum oxide nano-rods were grown on the surface of 3 mol% Yttria Partially Stabilized Zirconia ceramic composite which containing Lanthanum-Strontium Manganate, for the purpose of endorsing the antistatic property. The diameter and the aspect ratio of the nano-rods were greatly changed according to the growing condition. With the optical microscope observation, the nano-rods shining brightly. It was confirmed that the major components of nano-rods is La, and Sr, Mn, Si are minor components by SEM and TEM analyses.
 Keywords
Lanthanum oxide nanorods growth;
 Language
Korean
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