Title

Study on polymeric precursor pyrolysis synthesis and growth mechanism of Si3N4 nanobelts

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Keywords

polymeric precursor; pyrolysis; Si3N4 nanobelts; solid-liquid-gas-solid; growth mechanism; SINGLE; NANOWIRES; NANORODS; THIN; Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Metallurgy & Metallurgical; Engineering

Abstract

A new method named catalyst-assisted pyrolysis of polymeric precursor to synthesize single-crystalline Si3N4 nanobelts was studied in this current paper. The process of the method contained three main steps such as cross-linking of polymeric precursor at a low temperature, high-energy ball milling and polymer pyrolysis at a high temperature. The as-synthesized nanobelts were detailed characterization by SEM, XRD, EDS, TEM and HRTEM. The growth mechanism for the single-crystalline Si3N4 nanobelts was proposed.

Publication Title

Rare Metal Materials and Engineering

Volume

36

Publication Date

8-1-2007

Document Type

Article

Language

Chinese

First Page

289

Last Page

292

WOS Identifier

WOS:000250915200083

ISSN

1002-185X

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