Journal article Open Access
D. Kadyrzhanov; M. Zdorovets; A. Kozlovskiy; I. Kenzhina; A. Petrov; M. Kutuzau; E. Kaniukov; E. Shumskaya
The rapid growth of the market of electronic devices designed on the base of micro- and nanoelectronic components requires novel unconventional approaches for nanostructures formation. In this regard, ion-track technology, which allows forming nanostructures with a predetermined geometry is very promising. The paper demonstrates a simple and scalable approach to the creation of nanotubes based on pure zinc and its oxide. The main idea of the work is to determine the possibility of controlling of the nanotubes morphology and composition by variation of the deposition potential. In this concern, template synthesis of zinc-based nanotubes in the PET template pores is carried out at potentials in the range from 1.25 to 2 V and a comprehensive study of their structural and morphological features is provided.
Shumskaya et al (AAM) - Materials Today Proceedings 7 (2019) 855–859.pdf