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Instrum. Methods Phys. Res. A, 577, (3) (2007) 690-695. 7 RoHS and WEEE compliant flame retardants developed for electrical connectors, Reinf. Plastics, 51, (8) (2007) 12. 'Christian Mans, Stephanie Hanning, Christoph Simons, Anne Wegner, Anton JanBen, and Martin Kreyenschmidt, Development of suitable plastic standards for X-ray fluorescence analysis, Spectrochim. Ada Part B, 62, (2007) 116-122. 9 Whiting, L V, Newcombe, P D, and Sahoo, M, Casting characteristics of red brass containing bismuth and selenium, Trans, of the Am.
39 ) Figure 5 XRD patterns of the samples in (a) Fig 3 and (b) Fig 4. Figure 6 SEM images of the cutting face of the rod-like particles in Fig 4 (d) Figure 7 Schematic diagram of transformation from precursor to ZnO microrod. From the results in this study, transformation mechanism from precursor to ZnO microtube and microrod is considered as shown in Figure 7. 5 hour of aging time, therefore, the deposition speed of ZnO particles Advances in Materials Science for Environmental and Energy Technologies • 29 Investigation of the Morphological Change into the Fabrication of ZnO Microtubes also slow.
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