High-temperature phase transformation in one-dimensional Ta2O5 nanorods
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The thermochromic phase transformations that occur in one-dimensional Ta2O5 nanorods were analysed at elevated temperatures ranging from 300 to 750 K. X-ray photoemission spectroscopy data revealed not only the electronic structures and chemical properties of the one-dimensional Ta2O5 nanorods, but also their stoichiometric Ta and O compositions. High-temperature X-ray diffraction data revealed complex and polymorphic thermochromic phase transformations of the [alpha](1 0 11), [alpha](200), [alp
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thermochromic phase transformations in Ta2O5
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