1 article(s) from Joselevich, Ernesto
SEM images (two different magnifications) of LaxSr1−xS−TaS2 powder prepared from 10 atom % Sr (90 a...
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Relative abundance of the nanotubes (red curve) in the product and their average outer diameter (bl...
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HAADF-STEM image (top left) and EDX elemental mapping of Sr, Ta, S, and La in a SrxLa1−xS–TaS2 nano...
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(a), (b) HAADF STEM images of SrxLa1-xS-TaS2 (Sr 10 atom %) nanotubes. (c) High-resolution image of...
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a) HRTEM image of a SrxLa1−xS–TaS2 (10 atom % Sr in the precursor) nanotube showing 1.157 nm period...
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(a,b) HAADF-STEM images of a SrxLa1−xS–TaS2 (20 atom % Sr in the precursor) nanotube showing multip...
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(a) HAADF-STEM image and (b–f) EDX elemental mapping on a SrxLa1−xS–TaS2 (40 atom % Sr in the precu...
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(a–c). HAADF-STEM images of a SrxLa1−xS–TaS2 (with Sr 60 atom % in the precursor) nanotube showing ...
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Raman spectra of SrxLa1−xS–TaS2 nanotubes with different Sr content. Additionally, the reference Ra...
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DFT calculations presenting the peculiarities of the chemical bonding within the SrxLa1−xS–TaS2 mis...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2019, 10, 1112–1124, doi:10.3762/bjnano.10.111
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