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作者:Fabienne Karolak , Brahim Dkhil ...
来源:[J].Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics(IF 1.486), 2017, Vol.28 (24), pp.18857-18864Springer
摘要:Nanostructured ferrite spinels MFe2O4 (M = Ni, Co, Zn and Cu) were successfully synthesized via a chemical co-precipitation method. The structure, composition, optical, morphology and magnetic properties of the samples were characterised. The thermal de...
作者:Fabienne Karolak , Santiago García-Granda ...
来源:[J].Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics(IF 1.486), 2017, Vol.28 (24), pp.18480-18488Springer
摘要:The CuxNi1−xFe2O4 (x = 0.0, 0.2, 0.5, 0.8, 1.0) nanoferrite powder were synthesized through chemical co-precipitation method using only (FeCl3, 6H2O), (NiCl2, 6H2O), (CuCl2, 4H...
作者:Fabienne Karolak , D. Simeone
来源:[J].Journal of the European Ceramic Society(IF 2.36), 2006, Vol.27 (4), pp.2061-2067Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Nanosized zirconium carbide was synthesized by a new simple sol–gel method using zirconium n -propoxide, acetic acid as chemical modifier, and saccharose as carbon source. When heat-treated at 900 °C under flowing argon, gels transformed into intimately mixed am...
作者:Fabienne Karolak , Christine Bogicevic ...
来源:[J].Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, 2015, Vol.2015Hindawi
摘要:The solid solution [Pb(Yb1/2Nb1/2)O3]1− x -[PbTiO3] x was synthesized with x ≤ 60 % , using several high-temperature techniques as well as room-temperature mechanosynthesis. The high-temperature synthesis rev...
作者:... Guido Baldinozzi , Fabienne Karolak , David Simeone
来源:[J].MRS Proceedings, 2005, Vol.908Cambridge U Press
摘要:Abstract The projects of a new generation of nuclear plants with improved yield and drastical reduction of waste production make necessary the development of materials able to withstand high temperature (1000-1200°C) in normal conditions. New materials such as the refractory...

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