In the present paper, main emphasis is given to synthesize the Stannous-Cerium oxide nanocomposites in nanofilms, nanodots and nanorods by Chemical bath method, Chemical drop method and Chemical rolling Method. These nanocomposite materials are synthesized on a glass substrate at 100 °C temperature. Crystallography investigation of these materials is done by X-ray diffraction (XRD) which reveals that average grain size is 58.9 nm and 62.3 nm for nanofilms and nanodots on glass substrate respectively whereas XRD diffraction for nanorod on glass substrate reveals that material is amorphous in nature.
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This review includes over two hundred heterotetranuclear platinum clusters. The clusters are of the compositions Pt3M, Pt3M2, PtM3, Pt′2MM′, PtM2M′ and PtMM′M”. There are twenty five different M atoms (transition and non-transition) as a partner(s) of platinum. The four metal atoms are found in a tetrahedral, planar-rhombohedral, butterfly, spited-triangular, cubane, eight - and oligo-membered rings and a unique structures. There is wide variety of the ligands from uni to- undecadentate, with the most common P and C donor sites. The shortest Pt-M (transition) versus Pt-M (non-transition) bond distances are 2.4833(8)Å (M=Pd) vs. 2.4365(5)Å (Ge). Several relationships between the various structural parameters were found and are discussed. [...]
Silver nanoparticles have been deposited on glass and polyethylene substrate by Chemical Bath Deposition (CBD) technique and Chemical rolling method. A comparative study has shown that Chemical bath technique is superior compared to rolling technique for uniform deposition of silver nanoparticles on glass substrate. Crystallography investigation of these materials is done by X-ray diffraction (XRD) which reveals that average grain size is in nano region. Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) is used for topography study of these prepared nanostructures. Optical properties of the synthesized materials are studied by UV-VIS in detail to check their potential for next era industrial revolution.