Correlation between the physical properties and the novel applications of Mg0.7Cu0.3Fe2O4 nano-ferrites View Full Text


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2017-03-28

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Ebtesam E. Ateia, Amira T. Mohamed

ABSTRACT

Nano-ferrite of the general formula Mg0.7Cu0.3Fe2O4 was prepared by citrate-gel auto combustion method. The structure was studied by X-ray diffraction, Brunauer–Emmet–Teller, field emission scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy analyses. The crystallite size of the investigated nano ferrite was ≅39 nm. The magnetic hysteresis measurements at different temperatures (100, 170, 240, and 300 K) were performed using a vibrating sample magnetometer. A correlation between magnetic behavior and lattice strain has been established. Arrott plot has been employed to understand the magnetic behavior of nano-crystalline Mg0.7Cu0.3Fe2O4. The magnetic susceptibility was carried out using Faraday’s method. Magnetic constants such as Curie temperature, effective magnetic moment, saturation magnetization, and coercivity were obtained and reported. Based on UV diffuse reflectance spectroscopy studies, the optical band gaps are in the range from (1.3–1.9 eV), hence the investigated samples could act as visible light driven photo catalysts. More... »

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10035-10041

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