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INTRODUCTION Cupric oxide (CuO) is an important p-type transitionmetal-oxide semiconductor. Owing to its photoconductive and photochemical properties, CuO has many potential applications, such as solar cell 1 , gas sensors 2 , lithium ion electrode materials 3 , catalysts 4 and superconductor 5 . The morphology and sizes of nanomaterials have been proved to have a significant influence on their properties and applications. Over the past years, various methods have been applied to prepare CuOdoi:10.14233/ajchem.2014.17306 fatcat:ebqae4mwlngtnaturiyy6zxeiu