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Anodization range

Some people were asking about what is the anodization range and what could be done using regular DC voltage.According to different applications and research fields, researchers really like to control the pore size and the structure, even chemical composition in the AAO matrix. In my past experimental experiences, various electrolyte and solutions can be used to anodize aluminum from around few hundred mV to 700V. Although the setup and conditions are totally different, high voltage anodization…See More
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"Depending on what kind of nanocrystals and emission peaks. Due to the different anodization method and solutions, AAO will have different absorption peaks which will significant affect your result. General speaking, Green emission will not be…"
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At 8:00am on July 17, 2011,
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Dear Professor,

I have received Ph.D. degree in coordination chemistry of thorium in June 2011 and published six research papers. I want to pursue a post doctoral training in nanotechnology. Sir, if you have any vacancy please let me know.

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