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Fine Iron Oxide Powder as a Raw Material of Soft Ferrites

To decrease the thickness of the ferrite layer and to obtain finer ferrite particles in a short ball-milling time, iron oxide (hematite, α-Fe2O3), which is the main raw material of ferrite accounting for about 70% of it by weight, has been demanded to have smaller particle aggregations. The iron oxide used for soft ferrite is generally

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Characterization of crystalline structure of ball-milled

Apr 01, 2004· Nanostructured Ni–Zn-ferrite powders have been prepared by high-energy ball milling of stoichiometric mixture of NiO, ZnO and α-Fe 2 O 3 powder within a very short time period. Structural changes of ball-milled NiO, α-Fe 2 O 3,and Ni–Zn-ferrite phases have been investigated by Rietveld’s analysis of X-ray powder diffraction data for

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The structure of nitrogen-supersaturated ferrite produced

Highly supersaturated solid solutions of nitrogen in ferrite (bcc) were produced by ball milling of various powder mixtures of α-iron and ε-Fe 3 N 1.08.The microstructure and the crystal structure of the product phases were examined as a function of nitrogen content using X-ray powder diffraction, high-resolution electron microscopy and Mössbauer spectroscopy.

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The structure of nitrogen-supersaturated ferrite produced

Highly supersaturated solid solutions of nitrogen in ferrite (bcc) were produced by ball milling of various powder mixtures of &-iron and (-Fe3N1.08. The microstructure and the crystal structure of the product phases were examined as function of nitrogen content using X-ray powder diffraction,

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Magnetic properties of ball-milled SrFe 12 O 19 particles

Sep 15, 2015· The ball milling of commercial strontium hexaferrite powder for up to 42 h allows a particle size reduction down to 400 nm. Conventional PXRD indicates that the ball

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Nanocrystalline Fe–C alloys produced by ball milling of

May 01, 2013· Single nanocrystalline ferrite structures are observed after ball milling of iron and graphite at low carbon concentrations, whereas at higher concentrations the nanostructures consist of ferrite and Fe 3 C. At the highest carbon content of 19.40 at.% C a mixture of ferrite, Fe 3 C and an amorphous phase is found. The grain size of ferrite

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Synthesis of manganese ferrite from manganese ore prepared

Jul 01, 2020· Subsequently, the calcined manganese ore was ground and sieved, resulting in 400 mesh powder. The manganese ore was then mixed with commercial Fe 2 O 3 powder at a ratio of 50:50 in weight percent. The mixture powder was milled using a planetary ball mill for 24 h and the ball-to-powder mass ratio was 20:1 with the rotation speed 300 rpm.

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Preparation and microwave absorbing properties in the X

magnetic separator. The natural ferrite microparticles were synthesized by high energy ball milling in a Restch planetary ball mill with tungsten carbide balls and jars. A ball-to-powder ratio of 20:1, a milling rotation speed of 200 rpm and a milling time of 2, 4, and 6 h were used in the experiments. The choice of ball-to-powder ratio

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Effect of preparation methods on magnetic properties of

Dec 30, 2020· As zinc ferrite obtained by the ceramic and sol-gel methods can present some residual amount of amount of ZnO and/or α-Fe 2 O 3, a portion of the powder obtained by these methods was mechanically milled to get complete homogeneity. For this goal, the powder was placed in stainless steel vial with 10:1 ball to powder weight ratio keeping

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Microstructure characterization and cation distribution of

Sep 15, 2005· The XRD powder patterns from unmilled homogeneous mixture of MgO and α-Fe 2 O 3 and ball-milled samples are shown in Fig. 1.The powder pattern of the unmilled mixture shows the individual reflections of MgO and α-Fe 2 O 3 phases. MgO reflections are very weak (20.15 wt.%) when compared to those of α-Fe 2 O 3 (79.15 wt.%). As can be seen in the figure, Mg-ferrite is formed after

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Characterization of crystalline structure of ball-milled

Apr 01, 2004· Nanostructured Ni–Zn-ferrite powders have been prepared by high-energy ball milling of stoichiometric mixture of NiO, ZnO and α-Fe 2 O 3 powder within a very short time period. Structural changes of ball-milled NiO, α-Fe 2 O 3,and Ni–Zn-ferrite phases have been investigated by Rietveld’s analysis of X-ray powder diffraction data for

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Fine Iron Oxide Powder as a Raw Material of Soft Ferrites

To decrease the thickness of the ferrite layer and to obtain finer ferrite particles in a short ball-milling time, iron oxide (hematite, α-Fe2O3), which is the main raw material of ferrite accounting for about 70% of it by weight, has been demanded to have smaller particle aggregations. The iron oxide used for soft ferrite is generally

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The structure of nitrogen-supersaturated ferrite produced

Highly supersaturated solid solutions of nitrogen in ferrite (bcc) were produced by ball milling of various powder mixtures of &-iron and (-Fe3N1.08. The microstructure and the crystal structure of the product phases were examined as function of nitrogen content using X-ray powder diffraction,

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Phase Stability of Nanocrystalline Mg--Zn Ferrite at

Nanocrystalline Mg–Zn ferrite phases obtained by high-energy ball milling a stoichiometric (0:5:0:5:1) powder mixture of MgO, ZnO, and -Fe 2O 3 at room temperature are subjected to postannealing treatment to study the stability of nanocrystalline ferrite phases at elevated temperatures.

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Magnetic properties and microstructure of Ba-ferrite

Samples with different Fe/Ba ratios (7-15) were prepared by ball-milling BaCO 3 and α-Fe 2O 3 of 99% purity. Mechanical alloying was performed in a ball mill rotating at 95 rpm, with a ball to powder mass ratio of 10: 1. To investigate the effect of the milling time on the magnetic properties, samples with different Fe/Ba ratios were milled

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Magnetic properties of ball-milled SrFe 12 O 19 particles

Sep 15, 2015· The ball milling of commercial strontium hexaferrite powder for up to 42 h allows a particle size reduction down to 400 nm. Conventional PXRD indicates that the ball

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Synthesis of manganese ferrite from manganese ore prepared

Jul 01, 2020· Subsequently, the calcined manganese ore was ground and sieved, resulting in 400 mesh powder. The manganese ore was then mixed with commercial Fe 2 O 3 powder at a ratio of 50:50 in weight percent. The mixture powder was milled using a planetary ball mill for 24 h and the ball-to-powder mass ratio was 20:1 with the rotation speed 300 rpm.

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(PDF) Phase Stability of Nanocrystalline Mg-Zn Ferrite at

Nanocrystalline Mg-Zn ferrite phases obtained by high-energy ball milling a stoichiometric (0.5:0.5:1) powder mixture of MgO, ZnO, and alpha-Fe2O3 at room temperature are subjected to

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8-Influence of Particle Size on Microstructural

milling powder sizes were prepared through ball milling fo r various milling times to study the effect of powder size reduction on the resulting microstructural and magnetic properties. Sintered yttrium iron garnet ferrites were characterized by X-ray diffraction analysis and scanning electron microscopy. The particle size (D50) of

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Phase Transformations in Carbon Steel Powders Subjected to

The tool carbon steel powder, containing 1.1 % C, was subjected to heavy cold working by ball milling in a Fritsch P5 planetary ball mill. XRD studies showed that ball milling results in a dissolution of cementite and formation of nanoferrite. The crystallite size and lattice strain of ferrite, calculated by applying Williamson-Hall method, were 10 nm and 1%, respectively.

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The influence of reagents ball milling on the lithium

The results showed that the mechanical milling of powder reagents separately does not cause a significant change in the reactivity of the ferrite system. Only milling of the Li 2 CO 3 /Fe 2 O 3 mixture makes it possible not only to increase the reactivity of powders, but also to exclude additional compaction of samples before synthesis.

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of powder grain size, and the other magnetic proper-ties of the samples, i.e. saturation magnetization and hysteresis (M-H) loops, has been investigated. Nickel ferrite was first synthesized in nanocrys-talline form by the conventional ceramic method. In order to make nickel ferrite

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Microstructural Changes and Effect of Variation of Lattice

Zinc Ferrite Nanocomposites Prepared by High Enegy Ball-milling The powder patterns of almost all the ball-milled materials, milled at different milling time are composed of a large number of overlapping reflections of α-Fe 2 O 3, ZnO and ZnFe 2 O 4 (normal and inverse spinel) phases. The Rietveld analysis based on structure and microstructure

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Comparison of the Characteristics of Nanocrystalline

The nanocrystallization rate of pearlite powder is faster than that of spheroidite powder due to higher work-hardening rate and smaller cementite size. After long time ball milling, the equiaxed nanocrystalline ferrite with less than 10 nm grain size forms in the whole powders of both pearlite and spheroidite structures, and the cementite

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