Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A-Vac. Surf. Films
Materials Science, Coatings & Films; Physics, Applied
Nanomaterials have attracted considerable, attention in modern-day technology. In this article, sulfide nanoparticles of industrial interest are formed by the sol-gel process using metal chloride precursors dissolved in a mixture of silica gel and organic cellulose network followed by a chemical reaction with hydrogen sulfide gas. Particles are then heated in a vacuum oven. While scanning and transmission electron microscopy are used to study their morphology and structure in the nanometer scale, x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy is employed to understand the bonding chemistry and the stoichiometry of the sulfide particles as a function of H2S exposure and heat treatment. The results from this study are expected to show promising applications and production of other oxides, sulfides and their compounds using sol-gel synthesis are indicated. (C) 1999 American Vacuum Society. [S0734-2101(99)10005-8].
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology a-Vacuum Surfaces and Films
Article; Proceedings Paper
Seal, S.; Bracho, L.; Shukla, S.; and Morgiel, J., "Processing and characterization of nanometer sized copper sulfide particles" (1999). Faculty Bibliography 1990s. 2838.