Facile preparation of WO3 Nanowires by Bubble-Electrospinning and Their Photocatalytic Properties.

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Summary of "Facile preparation of WO3 Nanowires by Bubble-Electrospinning and Their Photocatalytic Properties."

As a relatively novel and promising method, the bubble electrospinning is to fabricate continuous and uniform nanowires using an aerated polymer solution in an electric field. A large number of oxidized docking nanowires were established on a silicon substrate using the bubble electrospinning, and then using tungsten oxide ammonium (AMT) as an appropriate calcined air with the WO3 sources. WO3 production can enhance its catalytic activity, stability, and can raise its rhodamine B degradation rate as well, its wide applications have prospected.


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Name: Recent patents on nanotechnology
ISSN: 2212-4020


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