Nano-rod copper-polymer composites were synthesized by γ-irradiation in a heterogeneous solution system under atmospheric pressure at room temperature. The product was characterized by XRD, TEM and IR spectrum, respectively. The investigation showed that a rather low dose rate of irradiation was necessary in the formation of nano-rod composites.
Ni, Y., Ge, X., Liu, H., Zhang, Z., Ye, Q., & Wang, F. (2001). Fabrication of Nano-rod Copper-polymer Composites by .GAMMA.-Irradiation Route in a Heterogeneous System. Chem. Lett. Chemistry Letters, (5), 458-459. doi:10.1246/cl.2001.458
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