The toxicity of the copper oxide nanoparticles (CuO NP) has been attributed to the so-called "Trojan horse"-type mechanism, relying on the particle uptake and extensive intracellular release of copper ions, due to acidic pH in the lysosomes. Nevertheless, a clear
Nanocrystal-seeded synthesis relies on the reaction of nanocrystal seeds with a molecular precursor and it can be regarded as the link between sol-gel and solid-state chemistries. This synthesis approach aims at accessing compositionally complex materials, yet to date its full
DSC kinetics of the thermal decomposition of copper (II) oxalate by isoconversional and maximum rate (peak) methods.
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Copper (II) oxide nanowires for p-type conductometric NH3 sensing.