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SEMSE images of ac 1 h ball milled powders before calcination df 3 h ball milled powders beforecalcinationgi1hballmilledandcalcinedpowdersjl3hballmilledandcalcinedpowders The results have shown that the increasing ball milling time decreases the particle size leading to increase in specic surface area after

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  • Dielectric Properties of BaTiO Ceramics

    586 S B Deshpande H S Potdar M M Patil V V Deshpande and Y B Khollam Figure 1 XRD patterns of a ballmilled mixture of BaCO3 and TiO2 and of the mixture calcined at 1150 oC6 h Figure 2 SEM image of the powder mixture calcined at 1150 oC6 h 1400 oC to improve the densification and microstruc tureproperties in the resulting ceramics no dedensifica

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  • Magnesium aluminate MgAl O spinel produced via self

    ballmilled powder were pressed uniaxially into pellets of 25mm in diameter and 2mm thickness at a pressure of 30 MPa The pellets from each batch were placed in an alumina crucible in the uniform temperature zone of a horizontal tubular furnace The furnace tube was ushed with Ar The samples were heated slowly from room temperature to and

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  • THE BALL MILLING EFFECT ON TRIBASIC CALCIUM

    The surface area of the TCP without ball milling treatment is thus largerthan that of ball milled TCP5 TCP10 and TCP15 samples On the other hand for the surveyed powders the TCP15 sample presented the smallest crystallite size 13 nm and the original TCP sample showed the biggest crystallite size 57 nm as shown in Table 1 As can be

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  • Journal of Microwave Power and Electromagnetic Energy

    The results showed that a sample 20 addition of Co 3 O 4 with the basic cobalt carbonate has ability to strongly absorb microwave energy and the calcination temperature and calcination time significantly affect on the decomposition rate of basic cobalt carbonate in this range studied The decomposition rate of basic cobalt carbonate was 9956

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  • Lithium insertion in ballmilled graphite

    Journal of Power Sources 76 1998 110 Lithium insertion in ballmilled graphite CS Wang a GT Wu b WZ Li b a Department of Materials Science and Engineering Zhejiang Uniersity Hangzhou 310027 China b Department of Physics Zhejiang Uniersity Hangzhou 310027 China Received 27 April 1998 accepted 11 May 1998 Abstract

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  • High Energy Ball Milling of YAG Powders Sintering

    SEMSE images of ac 1 h ball milled powders before calcination df 3 h ball milled powders beforecalcinationgi1hballmilledandcalcinedpowdersjl3hballmilledandcalcinedpowders The results have shown that the increasing ball milling time decreases the particle size leading to increase in specic surface area after

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  • COMPLEX OXIDES FOR DIELECTRIC RESONATOR

    different for pellets with different calcination time and the dielectric loss were less than zero iv To study the effect of solvent calcination time and the ball milling hours on the dielectric properties of BaZn13Ta23O 3 the raw materials were ball milled using acetone as a solvent Above 36 hours of calcinations at 10000C all the

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  • Supplementary Data Royal Society of Chemistry

    100 C to evaporate ethanol and water The residue was ballmilled at 300 rpm for 2 h and then was precalcined at 500 C for 2 h in an Ar atmosphere followed by the ballmilling for 36 h in ethanol and the calcination at 650 C for 20 h A nanocomposite of Li 2 MnSiO 4 and carbon nanotubes CNTs was also synthesized by the similar manner

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  • Thermal Treatment of Cerium Oxide and Its Properties

    Cerium oxide belongs to the most important heterogeneous catalysts but its applicability as socalled reactive sorbent for the degradation of toxic chemicals was only recently discovered For these purposes cerium oxide is prepared by precipitation of insoluble cerium salts carbonates with a subsequent thermal decomposition Properties of cerium oxide prepared from the carbonate precursor

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  • DOI 101038NMAT3782 Supplementary Information for

    powders were ball milled for 4 h followed by a second calcination at 850 o C for 2 h and ball milled for 6 h Green bodies were first pressed in a uniaxial steel die and then isostatically pressed at 200 MPa followed by sintering at 1150 o C for undoped compositions and at 9501100 o C for Mgdoped NBT All samples were sintered for 2

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  • Applied Catalysis B Environmental

    206 Y Zhu et al Applied Catalysis B Environmental 187 2016 204211 Fig 1 The HRTEM images of BiPO4 a BiPO4 ballmilled at 300rpm for 20h b defect BiPO4 repaired by calcination at 400 C for 40h in air c and defect BiPO4 repaired by reux at 100 C for 240h in water solution d Fig 2 The UVvis DRS of precursor BiPO4 BiPO4 ballmilled at 300rpm for 20h

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  • Malaysian Technical Universities Conference on

    CCTO samples were prepared by a conventional solid state method High purity of CaCO3 Aldrich 99 TiO2 Merck 99 and CuO Aldrich 99 were used as starting materials A stoichiometric reagents were mechanically ball milled for 1 hour using zirconia balls A powder exhibiting free flowing characteristics was then obtained by sieving the

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  • Vanadium and molybdenum disorder in M VMoO

    ballmilled in an agate cylinder for approximately 30min Mg25VMoO8 was prepared by calcination at 903K for 14h in air in an Al2O3 crucible The sample was then pressed into pellets and heated at 1173K for 172h and 13531373K for 40h in air on platinum foil Mn25VMoO8 was prepared by calcination at 923K for 12h and then 953K for 24h

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  • Integration of Graphite and Silicon Anodes for the

    The ballmilled graphite in the composite piles up as distorted columns and encapsulates the Si as a form of amorphous layer with inlet and outlet temperatures of 150 and 100 C respectively Calcination of the dried precursor graphiteSiGO was then carried out at 600 C for 2 h in an Ar atmosphere to thermally reduce the GO to reGO

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  • 11b Use of Sacrificial Agent to Enhance Gas Transport

    The sample with the single PtAl 2 O 3 layer achieved the highest NH 3 conversion approaching 95 but had a poor N 2 selectivity Fig 3 The duallayer sample with CuSSZ13 loading of 3 gin 3 gave the highest N 2 selectivity but had a lower NH 3 conversion than the single layer sample Fig 4 The results expectedly showed that the

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  • High Temperature Materials and Processes Walter de

    AbstractThis study investigated a series of single phase MgxZn1xFe2O4 spinel ferrites prepared using coprecipitation technique and sintered at 600 C The Xray diffraction XRD patterns of the ferrite samples revealed the formation of impurity free single phase spinel structures The formation of ferrite phases and face centered cubic structures was confirmed at Bragg angles of 359

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  • The inuence of washing and calcination condition on

    density of samples was measured to explore the optimum calcination condition for ureaderived and ATAwashed ceriayttriadoped tetragonal zirconia powders CeYTZP The asderived powders composition were measured by inductively coupled plasma ICP GVM1000P Shimadzu Japan The particle size distribution was measured by a

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  • Effect of Calcination on Structural and Magnetic

    Jun 23 2015 XRD of the samples with 7 wt Co concentration is calcined in the temperature range of 100 C500 C Scanning electron microscope images show nanostructures with a grain size less than 50 nm Saturation magnetization increases from 507 to 64 emug as dopant concentration was increased to 7 wt under as synthesized conditions

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  • CHEMICAL PREPARATION OF POWDERS AND FILMS FOR

    Most common synthetic methods used to prepare bulk samples of the new high temperature superconducting ceramics such as YBa 2 Cu3O7 123 involve heating a mixture of ballmilled oxides andor carbonates suxch as Y2 03 CuO and BaCO 1 Using conventional sintering techniques ceramic

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  • Mechanochemical synthesis of amorphous manganese

    Mechanochemical synthesis of amorphous manganese borohydride the effect of catalytic additives on its hydrogen generation properties and crystallization during solvent extraction

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  • Combustion and Ball Milled Synthesis of Rare Earth

    the standard sample The structural broadening only due to crystallite size and lattice strain Bstruct is obtained using the following equation 22 BBBstruct obs std 1 where Bstd and Bobs are full width at halfmaximum of any particular reflection from the standard sample silicon disc and the sample

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  • Behaviour of uranium during phosphate ore calcination

    The calcination process was studied both in the laboratory and in a fullscale production kiln of the Oron plant Israel The phosphate ore contains about 100 parts of 10 6 of uranium and UIV comprises 3540 of the total U present

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  • Metakaolinization Effect on the Thermal and

    N Salahudeen Metakaolinization Effect on the Thermal and Physiochemical Propperties of Kankara Kaolin include its varied applications in formulation of construction materials such as high performance concrete fibre cement and ferrocement 1218 Varied conditions have been reported for production of metakaolin from kaolin

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  • Hot Consolidation of Partially Amorphous CuTi Based

    72 K lower than the ones for ballmilled powders This will reflect in a larger supercooled liquid region for ribbons T x 67K when compared with the ballmilled powders ie T x 39K and T x 36K respectively for 16 and 8 hours Even with lower Tx the highest Tx observed for the powders means highest thermal stability 22

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  • Effect of Calcination Kinetics and Microwave Sintering

    sample between ranges from 1 kHz to 1 MHz 2 Dielectric constant r was evaluated from room temperature to 450C using Eq 2 Where C is capacitance measured t sample thickness Asurface area of the sample and permittivity of the free space 854x1012 Fm The electromechanical coupling coefficient Kp of

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  • A comparison of the local structure in ballmilled and

    A comparison of the local structure in ballmilled and hand ground skutterudite samples using EXAFS M Short a F Bridges a T Keiber a G Rogl b P Rogl b a Physics Department University of California Santa Cruz CA 95064 USA b Institute of Physical Chemistry Christian Doppler Laboratory for Thermoelectrics Wahringerstrae 14 A1090 Wien Austria

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  • DETAILED CRYSTALLIZATION STUDY OF CO

    Ristic et al8 prepared YIG samples by powder mixing method using ballmilled reagentgrade mixture of Y 2 O 3 and Fe 2 O 3 in a 35 ratio The fractions of Y 2 O 3 Fe 2 O 3 YFeO 3 and YIG presented in the product depended on the calcinations temperature Heating at 1200 oC for 2 h conducted to the formation of YIG and small amounts

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  • DECOMPOSITION STUDY OF CALCIUM CARBONATE

    Decomposition Study of Calcium Carbonate in Cockle Shell 3 Journal of Engineering Science and Technology February 2012 Vol 71 resistible to hightemperature process 500C1000C 8 other than it can be regenerated and sustained to a number of CO 2 adsorption and calcination cycles 9

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  • Photocatalytic degradation of methylene blue by 2

    powder sample was ball milled for 3 5 and 7 h Initial characterization of the morphology of the asprepared gel powder by SEM in Fig 1 a showed that the average particle size is 60 m Also the particle size decreases after 3 and 5 h of ball milling to the average value of 650 and 220 nm respectively as shown in Figs 1 b and c

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  • Complete Dissolution of BallMilled Masson Pine

    Dissolution of BallMilled Wood in NaOH Aqueous Solution In this work 18 wt NaOH aqueous solution was selected to test the solubility of the wood powder due to its strong capacity of swelling and dissolving at room temperature The samples treated with ball milling for various amounts of

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