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By Junqiao Wu, Jinbo Cao, Wei-Qiang Han, Anderson Janotti, Ho-Cheol Kim

Metal oxides and especially their nanostructures have emerged as animportant type of fabrics with a wealthy spectrum of homes and greatpotential for equipment purposes. during this publication, contributions from leadingexperts emphasize uncomplicated actual houses, synthesis and processing, and thelatest purposes in such parts as strength, catalysis and information garage. Functional steel Oxide Nanostructuresis an important reference for any fabrics scientist or engineer with aninterest in steel oxides, and especially in fresh development in defectphysics, pressure results, solution-based synthesis, ionic conduction, and theirapplications.

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