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dc.creatorJenn-Ming Songen_US
dc.creatorShih-Yun Chenen_US
dc.creatorYu-Lin Shenen_US
dc.creatorChi-Hang Tsaien_US
dc.creatorShih-Wei Fengen_US
dc.creatorHsien-Tse Tungen_US
dc.creatorIn-Gann Chenen_US
dc.description.abstractThrough the control of surface physics of oxide films, nanowires of various metals can be readily grown on the surface of oxide films without templates and surfactants. To clarify how the characteristics of oxides affect the formation of metallic nanowires, this report investigated the influence of the surface physical characteristics, including morphological, electrical, optical and hydrophilic properties of the metal oxide substrates (TiO2, CeO2, and indium tin oxide), on the yield of Ag and Pt nanowires. In addition to the surface roughness, photo-induced defects were suggested to be the key factor dominating the number of nucleation sites and thus the population of nanowires.en_US
dc.relationApplied Surface Science, Volume 285, Page(s) 450-457.en_US
dc.subjectMetal oxideen_US
dc.subjectMetallic nanowiresen_US
dc.subjectSurface physicsen_US
dc.subjectNucleation and growthen_US
dc.titleEffect of surface physics of metal oxides on the ability to formmetallic nanowiresen_US
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