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Unexpected ultrafast and high adsorption capacity of oxygen vacancy-rich WOx/C nanowire networks for aqueous Pb2+ and methylene blue removal

Unexpected ultrafast and high adsorption capacity of oxygen vacancy-rich WOx/C nanowire networks for aqueous Pb2+ and methylene blue removal
Xiangke Wang, Xijin Xu, Ruya Cao, Huiyan Huang, Xiangxue Wang, Shouwei Zhang, Huihui Gao, Jiaxing Li, Hongcen Yang
Oxygen vacancy-rich WOx/C nanowire networks are fabricated by a one-pot and high yield solvothermal method, exhibiting ultrafast and high adsorption capacities.
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