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A Novel Simple Route to Synthesize Aqueous Niobium and Tantalum Precursors for Ferroelectric and Photocatalytic Applications

  • Ai-Dong Li (a1), Jin-Bo Cheng (a2), Rong-Lu Tang (a2), Qi-Yue Shao (a2), Yue-feng Tang (a3), Di Wu (a4) and Nai-Ben Ming (a5)...

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A simple novel route to synthesize aqueous tantalum and niobium precursors has been developed using cheap and stable Nb2O5 or Ta2O5 as starting source, based on basic flux technique. Various analytical techniques have been employed to characterize the purity, and thermal decomposition features of the precursors. Using home-made Ta and Nb precursors, several photocatalysts and ferroelectric powders such as LiNbO3, LiTaO3, Sr0.75Ba0.25Nb2O6, and SrBi2Ta2O9 have been prepared at lower processing temperature by a polymerizable complex route successfully.

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A Novel Simple Route to Synthesize Aqueous Niobium and Tantalum Precursors for Ferroelectric and Photocatalytic Applications

  • Ai-Dong Li (a1), Jin-Bo Cheng (a2), Rong-Lu Tang (a2), Qi-Yue Shao (a2), Yue-feng Tang (a3), Di Wu (a4) and Nai-Ben Ming (a5)...

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