Characterisation of synthesized micro and nanoparticles for gas sensing applications

Apr/20/2017
MIRA3 FEG-SEM used for powder morphology analysis
Micro and nanoparticles of trirutile-type NiSb2O6 were synthesized using the microwave-assisted colloidal method and analysed by means of SEM and TEM techniques. The results of this work show that NiSb2O6 may be a good candidate for gas sensing applications. The powders’ morphology was observed with the TESCAN field-emission scanning electron microscope MIRA3 LMU system at 10 kV in high-vacuum mode.

SEM images to magnifications: (a) 836X, (b) 3.48kX, and (c) 4.98kX; inset in Fig. (b) microrods’ particle-size distribution.
SEM images to magnifications: (a) 836X, (b) 3.48kX, and (c) 4.98kX; inset in Fig. (b) microrods’ particle-size distribution.


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