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 Which method is more favorable to synthesis the metal oxide nano rod ........... 

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chemical method may be best option
Chemical method is simpler and gives good results...
it depends upon the specific metal oxides. For zinc oxide its definitely chemical synthesis. For other metal oxides CVD is also widely used. Often gold nano particles are used as seeds for growing nano rods.
Thank you for your suggestion....
Thank you for your valuable information
solgel method from metal nitrates is the best method
laser ablation method is also gud 4 metal oxides
Hi, I think Hydrothermal and Solvothermal methods are good suggestions in preparation of several nano metal oxides.
Hi, Would you please send me references about using laser ablation method in preparation of nano metal oxides in rod shape?
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hi thanks,
send any reference link regarding laser ablation method

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