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Creating a virtual device for processing the results of sorption measurements in the study of zinc oxide nanorods

E. V. Maraeva, N. V. Permiakov, Y. Y. Kedruk, L. V. Gritsenko, Kh. A. Abdullin

Abstract


The work is devoted to the creation of a virtual device (computer program) for processing the results of sorption analysis of nanomaterials, including for estimating the size of nanoparticles based on the specific surface area. The obtained evaluation results were compared with the scanning electron microscopy data. Photocatalytically active zinc oxide samples were chosen as the object of the study.


Keywords


zinc oxide; nanorods; sorption measurements; virtual device

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15826/chimtech.2020.7.4.03

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