Anti-Fogging Nanofibrous SiO2 and Nanostructured SiO2-TiO2 Films Made by Rapid Flame Deposition and In Situ Annealing
Transparent, pure SiO2, TiO2, and mixed silica-titania films were (stochastically) deposited directly onto glass substrates by flame spray pyrolysis of organometallic solutions (hexamethyldisiloxane or tetraethyl orthosilicate and/or titanium tetra isopropoxide in xylene) and stabilized by in situ flame annealing. Silicon dioxide films consisted of a network of interwoven nanofibers or nanowires several hundred nm long and 10-15 nm thick, as determined by microscopy. These nanowire or...[Show more]
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