In this work, the self-supported ZnxCo1−xO NR arrays were grown directly on CFP using a cation exchange method in the gas phase (3739). ZnO NRs on CFP were used as sacrificial templates. The molar ratio of Zn2+ and Co2+ in the resultant ZnxCo1−xO NRs can be easily controlled by tuning the cation exchange temperature (table S1). P-ZnxCo1−xO NRs were fabricated on CFP using the hydrothermal method (40). Zinc nitrate [Zn(NO3)2] was chosen as the zinc dopant precursor, and the molar ratio of Zn2+ and Co2+ in the final P-ZnxCo1−xO NRs was tuned by tuning the mass ratio of Zn2+ and Co2+ in the precursors.

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