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Optical Property of Vanadium Oxide Nanotube Suspensions

  • L. Q. Mai (a1), W. Chen (a2), H. Yu (a2), Y. Y Qi (a2), Y Dai (a2) and J. F. Peng (a2)...

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Vanadium oxide nanotube dispersions were investigated in water suspensions and characterized by TEM, absorption spectroscopy and optical limiting testing. The results show that the nanotubes are unrolled and oxidized after 6-day aging, resulting in some change of optical limiting property at the two wavelengths (532 and 1064 nm). The 1.27-eV absorption band is assigned as a superposition of both V d→d and V4+→V5+ charge-transfer excitations, and the features at 2.9 eV are attributed to O 2p→V 3d charge-transfer excitations.

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Optical Property of Vanadium Oxide Nanotube Suspensions

  • L. Q. Mai (a1), W. Chen (a2), H. Yu (a2), Y. Y Qi (a2), Y Dai (a2) and J. F. Peng (a2)...

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