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Alumina nanotubes containing lithium of high ion mobility

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Title
Alumina nanotubes containing lithium of high ion mobility
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Alumina nanotubes containing lithium of high ion mobility
Author
Kim, Hae JinLee, Hyun ChulRhee, Chang HounChung, Soo HyunLee, Hee CheonLee, Kyung HeeLee, Jae Sung
Keywords
article; hydrolysis; nanotechnology; nuclear magnetic resonance; synthesis; thermostability; transmission electron microscopy; X ray diffraction
Issue Date
2003-11
Publisher
AMER CHEMICAL SOC
Citation
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, v.125, no.44, pp.13354 - 13355
Abstract
We revealed the first example of a crystalline lithium aluminate nanotube with thermal stability prepared by a surfactant-driven hydrothermal procedure. The obtained nanotube showed an interesting structure unknown thus far for oxide nanotubes such as cylindrical bundles of lithium aluminate subnanotubules. These novel nanotubules had walls of crystalline lithium aluminate with a honeycomblike Al?O wall-network surrounding a central lithium core that forms a linear array of atoms and could be a promising solid ion conducting material. Copyright © 2003 American Chemical Society.
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10.1021/ja0374269
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0002-7863
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