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molybdenum-doped bismuth vanadate inverse opal photonic crystal

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Composition

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molybdenum-doped bismuth vanadate

Mo-doped BiVO4 Mo:BiVO4
Type Complex Compound
Formula
Role layer
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molybdenum-doped bismuth vanadate

Mo-doped BiVO4 Mo:BiVO4
Type Complex Compound
Formula
Role layer

Properties

General physical and chemical properties

Property Value Nanomaterial Variant Source
incident photon-to-electron conversion efficiency

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Characterization

Method Nanomaterial Variant Source
Raman spectroscopy

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Biological effects

Preparation

Method 1

Type: Chemical synthesis
Source:
Starting materials
  • vanadium pentoxide
  • hexaammonium heptamolybdate tetrahydrate
  • bismuth(III) nitrate
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Product

molybdenum-doped bismuth vanadate inverse opal photonic crystal

Pore size: 240 nm

Thickness: 150 nm

Thickness: 1500 nm

Medium: none

Support: fluorine doped tin oxide glass

Method 2

Type: Chemical synthesis
Source:
Starting materials
  • vanadium pentoxide
  • hexaammonium heptamolybdate tetrahydrate
  • bismuth(III) nitrate
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Product

molybdenum-doped bismuth vanadate inverse opal photonic crystal

Pore diameter: ~ 200 nm

Thickness: 150 nm

Thickness: 1500 nm

Medium: none

Support: fluorine doped tin oxide glass

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