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Synthesis and characterization of Cu/Ni nanoalloy by hot injection method and by continual heating

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Year of publication 2016
Type Conference abstract
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Description Recent years have seen a significant expansion of interest in nanomaterials. One of the reasons for this is that nanoparticles exhibit a number of extra properties relative to bulk material. Some of these properties can be effectively used in medicine or in electrical engineering. Cu/Ni alloy nanoparticles we used two different methods of solvothermal synthesis - hot injection and continual heating. Ni(acac)2 and Cu(acac)2 were used as metal precursors. The alloys were prepared in a varying metal component proportions. Reactions were carried out at 230 °C under inert atmosphere. Prepared nanoparticles were characterized by DLS, SAXS and TEM to determine their size, shape and size distribution. The elementary composition was analyzed using ICP-OES. The presence of surface plasmon resonance was detected by UV-VIS. The results of both methods were appropriately compared.
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