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3 October 1996 Preparation and photovoltaic properties of Nd2O3 nanometer powders
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Nd2O3 nanometer powders were prepared by precipitation method. XRD analysis showed that Nd2O3 nanometer powders were cubic in structure at 600 degrees Celsius; and hexagonal at 850-1000 degrees Celsius, space group was D32-P 321. TEM analysis indicated that Nd2O3 particles were spherical in shape and increased in size with the increase of calcination temperature. The synthesized Nd2O3 nanometer powders were studied by surface photovoltaic spectroscopy (SPS) and field-modulated surface photovoltaic spectroscopy (FMSPS). The observed spectral features can be explained in terms of charge transfer and interband transition.
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Xiangting Dong, Guangyan Hong, Dejun Wang, and Yi Cui "Preparation and photovoltaic properties of Nd2O3 nanometer powders", Proc. SPIE 2897, Electro-Optic and Second Harmonic Generation Materials, Devices, and Applications, (3 October 1996); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.252966
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