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A microwave is a form of electromagnetic energy, which lies between infrared and radio frequencies. Microwave-assisted synthesis is solution-based synthesis, where one or more molecular precursors were decomposed on defined power and temperature in a short period. Microwave-assisted heating under controlled conditions is an invaluable technology for different chemical synthesis, because it dramatically reduces reaction times, typically from days or hours to minutes or even seconds. This method has a unique ability to influence chemical processes, compared to others synthesis methods. Microwave energy has been employed in many recent chemical reaction studies and has been found to change the kinetics and selectivity, often in favorable ways. Using this method, different nanomaterials have been synthesized in our working group.

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