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Qi, X., Zhou, J., Li, B., Zhang, Y., Yue, Z., Gui, Z. and Li, L.T. (2004) Preparation and Spontaneous Polarization–Magnetization of a New Ceramic Ferroelectric-Fer- romagnetic Composite. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 87, 1848-1852. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.2004.tb06329.x

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  • TITLE: Spectral Properties of [(Ni0.45Co0.2Zn0.35F2O4)1–x(Sodium Acetylacetonate)x] Nanocomposite

    AUTHORS: O. M. Hemeda, A. Tawfik, D. E. El Refaey, Adly H. El-Sayed, Sh. Mohamed

    KEYWORDS: Spectral Properties, Nanocomposite, SEM, TEM, IR

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol.7 No.1, January 25, 2017

    ABSTRACT: The pure spinel phase of Ni0.45Co0.2Zn0.35F2O4 was prepared by coprecipitation method and ceramic method. The nanocomposite [(NCZF)1–x(Na(ac.ac))x] (x = 0%, 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, 100%) was prepared by mixing two phases, Ni0.45Co0.2Zn0.35F2O4 with coprecipitation method [NCZF] and sodium acetylacetonate [Na(ac.ac)]. The TEM photographs of the as prepared ferrite samples by coprecipitation method at different ratios of Na(ac.ac) show that the crystalline cubic nanoparticles diameter were ranged from 26 - 36 nm and the particle size of Na(ac.ac) is greater than NCZF. The same behavior has also confirmed by XRD pat-terns indicating polycrystalline nature of prepared sample. The comparison between the SEM micrographs for NCZF nanoparticles prepared by a) ceramic method and b) co-precipitation method was done to show the effect of preparation condition on the microstructure. IR analysis confirms the composites formation.