Barium titanate nanoparticles are desirable for a wide range of applications, spanning electronics to biomedicine. Here, we present and electrospray-based method for the synthesis of barium titanate nanomaterials, where their morphology can be altered, forming either particles or rods. Aselectrosprayed particles are amorphous and spherical, but upon calcination in the presence of sodium chloride their morphology can vary from particles to rods as the calcination time is increased. The processing-structure-property relationships in these materials are discussed.
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