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SnO2 is widely known as an excellent wide band gap (3.5~4.0eV) n-type semiconductor material, which has low resistance, high visible light transmittance, excellent film strength and chemical stability. In the past decades, tin oxides are increasingly used in solar cells, liquid crystal display, optoelectronic devices, infrared detection protection and other fields. We investigated the properties of mesoporous SnO2 particles prepared at different calcination temperatures and their applicationsdoi:10.5281/zenodo.3959849 fatcat:h4g3vwmgrjcaneur2zhm4p3hjy