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ChemRxiv-2017-12-29-Study on the influence on the formation of highly ordered porous anodic aluminium oxide membrane.pdf (988.64 kB)
Study on the influence on the formation of highly ordered porous anodic aluminia membrane
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revised on 17.01.2018 and posted on 17.01.2018by O Pong-Sik, Ryang Se-Hun, Sin Gum-Chol, Hwang Guk-Nam, yongson hong
We have studied porous anodic alumina template through the second anodic oxidation of preparation. Observing the morphology of nanoscale AAO template using scanning electron microscope (SEM), the results indicate that the pores are orderly paralleled arranged with uniform pore diameter, perpendicular to the template surface. A detailed study of the influence of different oxidation conditions, such as different type of electrolyte, concentration, voltage and temperature on the template of alumina and its electrochemical mechanism were performed. By changing the oxidation voltage, electrolyte type, concentration, pore diameter and template thickness can be altered in a wide range such that we can obtain the desired aspect ratio.