The synthesis of nucleus-shell Cd(OH)2/CdS structures by chemical precipitation from aqueous solutions View Full Text


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2008-07-03

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A. S. Vorokh, N. S. Kozhevnikova, A. A. Uritskaya, A. Magerl

ABSTRACT

The region of stable coexistence of Cd(OH)2 and CdS as a function of pH and the concentration of the complex-forming agent (ammonia) was determined by thermodynamic analysis with the purpose of the preparation of Cd(OH)2 cadmium hydroxide particles surrounded by cadmium sulfide CdS shells. In this region, powders were obtained by chemical precipitation during various precipitation times from aqueous solutions. X-ray diffraction was used to track the growth of the CdS nanophase of a disordered structure and hexagonal Cd(OH)2 phase consumption with time. It was found by complexonometry that part of cadmium formed insoluble structures as a result of the formation of continuous nanosized CdS shells on single crystalline Cd(OH)2 particles. A comparative analysis of the experimental data was used to determine the kinetics of formation of nucleus-shell Cd(OH)2/CdS particles in the system. More... »

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1132-1137

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