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|Title: ||Structure of nanosize materials by high-energy X-ray diffraction: study of titanate nanotubes.|
|Authors: ||Gateshki, M|
|Keywords: ||X-Ray Diffraction|
High Energy Physics
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2007|
|Publisher: ||Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag|
|Citation: ||Gateskhi, M., Chen, Q., Peng, L., Chupas, P., & Petkov, V. (2007). Structure of nanosize materials by high-energy X-ray diffraction: study of titanate nanotubes. Zeitschrift für Kristallographie, 222(11), 612-616.|
|Abstract: ||High-energy X-ray diffraction and atomic Pair Distribution Function analysis are employed to determine the atomic-scale structure of titanate nanotubes. It is found that the nanotube walls are built of layers of Ti-O6 octahedra simular to those observed in crystalline layered titanates. In the nanotubes, however, the layers are bent and not stacked in perfect registry as in the crystal. © 2007, Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag|
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