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    標題: Microbial induced synthesis of hollow cylinder and helical NiO micro/nanostructure
    作者: Atla, Shashi B.
    Chen, Chien-Yen
    Fu, Ching-Wen
    Chien, Ting-Che
    Sun, An-Cheng
    Huang, Chuan-Fa
    Lo, Chien-Jung
    Yang, Tsui-Chu
    貢獻者: 餐旅管理系
    關鍵字: CALCIUM-CARBONATE PRECIPITATION
    NICKEL-HYDROXIDE
    NANOPARTICLES
    NANOSTRUCTURES
    PROPULSION
    NANOWIRES
    OXIDE
    日期: 2014-09
    上傳時間: 2015-05-06 21:22:52 (UTC+8)
    出版者: Cambridge Univ Press
    摘要: Bacillus pasteurii was used as synthesis director for the formation of hollow cylinder and helical NiO micro/nanostructure under urea hydrolysis conditions. Bacteria were capable of precipitating nickel product from nickel solution by metabolic processes. An appropriate amount of both water and bacterial solution were required to precipitate the nickel product in good yield. The average crystallite size of NiO was 11.45 nm and lengths of the cylinder and helices were non-uniform (similar to 2-7 mu m) and were varied with bacterial body structure template. The present study demonstrates a feasibility of synthesizing bacteria-guided metal oxide crystals for various functional applications.
    關聯: Mrs Communications, v.4 n.3, pp.121-127
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