Copper Oxide CuO Powder is a nano material. It has been extensively used in inorganic materials. There are many physical properties that make this material unique. Some of these include thermal resistance, volume effect, and quantum size effect. The chemical activity of this material is also of interest, as it is able to be restored by hydrogen or carbon monoxide at high temperature.
In this study, the XRD, FESEM, HRTEM, and XPS spectroscopy were used to characterize the performance of CuO powder. The most impressive spectroscopic feature of this nanomaterial is the tin-silver transition, which is shown by the XPS spectrometer. This type of transition is not found in natural materials. Another interesting property of this material is the indirect-type transition.
A tangent line plot was performed to identify the band gap of the CuO powder. This spectra was calibrated by external methods. As an internal standard, Yttrium at 5 ug/L was used.
A cellulose triacetate membrane (CTM) with a 47 mm diameter was used as the platform to adsorb the sample. After wetting the sample with colloidal suspensions, the sample was dried in the air. Afterwards, a CPS disc centrifuge was used to measure the size of the nanoparticles.
For the most part, it was not surprising that the hematological parameters were altered by the Cu2CO3(OH)2 NPs. The effects on WBC count were the result of an increase in neutrophilic granulocytes, a decrease in red blood cell count, and a rise in lymphocytes.