Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A

, Volume 92, Issue 4, pp 768–771 | Cite as

Hydrothermal Synthesis and Optical Properties of the Monodisperse Spindle-Shaped CeO2 Microstructures

Physical Chemistry of Nanoclusters and Nanomaterials
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Abstract

The monodisperse spindle-shaped CeO2 microstructures with irregular surface and the sharp ends have been successfully synthesized via a simple hydrothermal method. XRD, SEM, XPS, Raman scattering and photoluminescence (PL) spectrum were employed to characterize the samples. The results showed that the spindle-shaped CeO2 have a fluorite cubic structure and there are Ce3+ ions and oxygen vacancies in surface of samples. The synthesized CeO2 shows excellent room temperature optical properties, which is likely associated with Ce3+ ions and oxygen vacancies in the spindle-shaped CeO2 samples.

Keywords

hydrothermal method nanoparticles defects optical materials and properties 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Anhui Key Laboratory of Spintronics and Nanomaterials ResearchSuzhou UniversitySuzhouChina

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