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English: The processed electron image of the bottom of closed titanium dioxide nanotubes obtained by anodization of titanium foil. The diameter of tube is about 150 nm. Nanotubular titania is a prospective media for many applications such as solar batteries, memristors, photocatalysis, capacitors, gas sensors, hydrogen generators, etc.
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