Growth of Zinc Compound Nanocrystals from Different Electrolytes
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The influence of the electrolyte composition on electrolytically synthesized zinc compound powders has been studied. It has been shown that if an electrolyte made by dissolving Na2S2O3 ∙ 5H2O is kept at room temperature, a mixture of zinc sulfide and hydrozincite is obtained. An electrolyte containing Na2SO3 or Na2S ∙ 9H2O gives a mixture of hydrozincite with zinc oxide and/or with zinc sulfide. The size of nanocrystals has been determined. It has been found that hydrozincite decomposes into zinc oxide, water, and carbon dioxide in the temperature range of 200–250°C.
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