Flower-like Se nanorods synthesized via carbamide-assisted hydrothermal routes
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- Du, F. & Wang, H. J Mater Sci (2007) 42: 9476. doi:10.1007/s10853-006-0640-4
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Flower-like Se nanostructures consisting of clusters of nanorods with width of 40–100 nm and length of several 100 nm have been synthesized via a carbamide-assisted hydrothermal method. The optimal clusters are composed of nanorods protruding from a central point. FESEM and TEM demonstrate the flower-like morphology. The X-ray diffraction (XRD) pattern shows that the as-prepared flower-like Se nanostructures are of hexagonal phase.