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|標題:||Rapid direct growth of Li-Al layered double hydroxide (LDH) film on glass, silicon wafer and carbon cloth and characterization of LDH film on substrates|
|期刊/報告no：:||Journal of Materials Chemistry, Volume 21, Issue 6, Page(s) 1880-1889.|
|摘要:||This work presents a novel method for directly growing highly oriented Li-Al LDH films on substrates such as glass, Si wafer and carbon cloth in an aqueous alkaline Al(3+)- and Li(+)-containing solution. The substrate samples were each hanged and then respectively immersed in the solutions at 5-35 degrees C for 20 min or less than 6 h to form the LDH films. The Li-Al LDH film comprised of extra-high-density Li-Al LDH platelets, each standing almost perpendicularly on the surface of the substrate. The LDH film that was fabricated at 5 degrees C (similar to 1.4 mu m thick) exhibits good UV shielding (with only 9.7% UV transparency) and a maximum of 56% transparency to visible light. A more rapid method (only 20 min needed) can be utilized to develop a Li-Al LDH film to cover both hydrophobic and hydrophilic carbon cloth surfaces. Despite the modification of these surfaces, the Li-Al LDH film on carbon cloths retained or enhanced their original surface properties (including hydrophobicity or hydrophilicity). The LDH film thickness increased with immersion time and/or solution temperature. The thickness reached a plateau during LDH formation. CO(2) in the atmosphere dissolved in the alkaline Al(3+)- and Li(+)-containing solution, yielding CO(3)(2-) ions for Li-Al LDH formation. The heterogeneous nucleation and growth of each LDH platelet on the substrate surface finally produced an LDH film.|
|Appears in Collections:||材料科學與工程學系|
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