Authors:S. K. Arya, Tanvi Vats, Shailesh N. Sharma, Kulvir Singh, and A. K. Narula
Yanagisawa , K , Ovenstone , J . Crystallization of anatase from amorphous titania using the hydrothermal technique: effects of starting material and temperature . J Phys Chem B . 1999 ; 103 : 7781 – 7787 . 10.1021/jp990521c
Authors:Xuehang Wu, Wenwei Wu, Xuemin Cui, and Sen Liao
agreement with that of rhombohedral BiFeO 3 , with space group R3c (161), lattice parameters a = 5.588 Å, b = 5.588 Å, c = 13.867 Å, α = β = 90 o , γ = 120 o , density = 8.311 g cm −3 , from PDF card 71-2494. Intensity of diffraction peaks of Bi
Authors:Isaak Lapides, Mikhail Borisover, and Shmuel Yariv
–160 °C), 13.4% (160–350 °C), 7.0% (350–480 °C), 4.2% (480–655 °C), and 7.2% (655–900 °C), respectively. These results suggest that the type of the quasi-charcoal depends on the initial loading of the HDTMA–MONT.
was determined as C13 H 12 N 3 OS 2 ClNi. The second decomposition stage at which the C 11 H 12 NOCl left out this intermediate product was observed in the temperature range of 547–708 K. The mass loss of this elimination was about 33.50% (Calc.:35
porosity and other geometric factors [ 10 ]. It was found to be limited by diffusion even at fairly low temperatures (~600 °C) [ 13 ]. These effects are not expected to be significant for the small samples of micrometer-sized powders with narrow particle