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Structural and magnetic properties of Fe2TiO5

01/02/2019  We investigate the structural and magnetic properties of Fe 2 TiO 5 nanopowders prepared by ball-milling and post annealing. From the structural analysis, we observe the crystalline signature of the pseudobrookite phase. Moreover, by exploring distinct aspects of the magnetic behavior, we find fingerprints of the longitudinal spin freezing, with cluster spin glass transition taking place at 56 ...

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High-energy ball-milling synthesis and densification of Fe ...

31/05/2007  Nanocrystalline Fe–Co soft magnetic alloy powders also containing approximately 4% Cr and 1% V were prepared by high-energy mechanical alloying in liq

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Fe Nanopowdersball Milling - Scholman Loodgieters

Fe Nanopowdersball Milling. FOB Reference Price:Get Latest Price 2020-5-13Calculate and Select Ball Mill Ball Sie for Optimum Grinding. Based on his work this formula can be derived for ball diameter siing and selection Dm 6 log dk d0.5 where D m the diameter of the singlesied balls in mm.

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Magnetocaloric effect in high-energy ball-milled

01/04/2008  Evolution of structure and magnetocaloric properties in ball-milled Gd 5 Si 2 Ge 2 and Gd 5 Si 2 Ge 2 /0.1 wt% Fe nanostructured powders were investigated. The high-energy ball-milled powders were composed of very fine grains (70–80 nm).Magnetization decreased with milling time due to decrease in the grain size and randomization of the magnetic moments at the surface.

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HoFe3 magnetic nanopowders fabricated by high energy

01/04/2017  The influence of the high energy ball-milling ... M. Wojtyniak, G. ChełkowskaEvolution of morphology and magnetism of Ho(Fe 0.5 Co 0.5) 3 intermetallic nanopowders synthesized by HEBM. Intermetallics, 76 (2016), pp. 56-69. Google Scholar. K.H.J. BuschowIntermetallic compounds of rare-earth and 3d transition metals. Rep Prog Phys, 40 (1977), pp. 1179-1256 . Google Scholar. J. Teillet,

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(PDF) SmCo 5 /Fe nanocomposite magnetic powders

The α-Fe powder of about 10 wt% was selected for mixing with SmCo 5 powder for ball milling, as it has been demonstrated that about 5-10 wt% of Fe with SmCo 5 can give relatively high coercivity and magnetization in isotropic nanocomposite magnets [15]. Heptane (99.8% purity) and oleic acid (90%) were used as a solvent and a surfactant, respectively, during milling. Milling was performed in a ...

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Fe Nanopowdersball Milling - Scholman Loodgieters

Fe Nanopowdersball Milling. FOB Reference Price:Get Latest Price 2020-5-13Calculate and Select Ball Mill Ball Sie for Optimum Grinding. Based on his work this formula can be derived for ball diameter siing and selection Dm 6 log dk d0.5 where D m the diameter of the singlesied balls in mm.

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SmCo 5 /Fe nanocomposite magnetic powders processed

A magnetic field-assisted ball milling has been employed for the preparation of SmCo 5 + 10 wt% Fe nanocomposite powders in the presence of oleic acid as surfactant. Milling experiments were also carried out without using surfactant and the nanocomposite powders so obtained, with and without surfactant, were investigated for their structural and magnetic properties using SEM, XRD, VSM and ...

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Nanopowders - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

For instance, the crystallite size of ball-milled Fe–1.5 wt.% Mo powder is 32 nm that increases to ∼255 nm during sintering by SPS at 800 °C. When 1.5 wt.% SiO 2 is added to the powder before milling, the crystallite size in the SPS-processed sample is only 112 nm due to

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HoFe3 magnetic nanopowders fabricated by high

01/04/2017  The influence of the high energy ball-milling ... M. Wojtyniak, G. ChełkowskaEvolution of morphology and magnetism of Ho(Fe 0.5 Co 0.5) 3 intermetallic nanopowders synthesized by HEBM. Intermetallics, 76 (2016), pp. 56-69. Google Scholar. K.H.J. BuschowIntermetallic compounds of rare-earth and 3d transition metals. Rep Prog Phys, 40 (1977), pp. 1179-1256 . Google Scholar. J. Teillet,

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High energy ball milling process for nanomaterial synthesis

In particular, mechanical attributed contamination by the milling tools (Fe or WC) as well as ambient gas (trace impurities such as O 2, N 2 in rare gases) can be problems for high-energy ball milling. However, using optimized milling speed and milling time may effectively reduce the contamination. Moreover, ductile materials can form a thin coating layer on the milling tools that reduces ...

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Magnetism and structural phase transformation in Fe / Fe ...

Fe /Fe 3 O 4 (magnetite) powders obtained by ball milling at room temperature, undergo an incomplete redox reaction with formation of FeO. This reaction is favoured due to the high energy developed during the milling and alloying. Concurrent effects of the milling, such as grain refinement down to the nanometric scale lead at the end of the milling processes to a mixed multiphased nanopowder ...

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Resistive λ-sensors based on ball milled Fe-doped SrTiO3 ...

20/09/2007  A series of SrTi 1−x Fe x O 3−δ (STO or STFO) powders, with x ranging from 0 to 0.6, were prepared by self-propagating high-temperature synthesis (SHS) starting from SrO 2, Ti, TiO 2 and Fe. A ball-milling (BM) treatment was subsequently carried out for further structure refinement and size reduction. Morphological and microstructural characteristics of both untreated and ball-milled SHS ...

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STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF HIGH ENERGY BALL MILLING (A

STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF HIGH ENERGY BALL MILLING (A NANO MATERIAL PROCESS) ON THE MICROSTRUCTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF A (Al-Si-Fe-Cu) ALLOY A THESIS SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF Bachelor of Technology In Metallurgical and Materials Engineering By KAUSHAL KISHORE SINGH SUDIPTO

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One-step synthesis of ZrO2 nanopowders dispersed with ...

01/11/2020  A simple, efficient and low-cost method to synthesize zirconia nanopowders dispersed with graphene by wet ball milling was reported in this paper. The raw material for ball milling is cheap graphite powder rather than expensive graphene. Graphite powders were exfoliated into graphene nanosheets (GNSs) in the process of ball milling, as a result of strong shear forces and moderate

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High-Energy Ball-Milling Synthesis and Densification of

High-Energy Ball-Milling Synthesis and Densification of Fe-Co Alloy Nanopowders by Field-Activated Sintering (FAST) May 2007; Journal of Alloys and Compounds s

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Fe3O4 nanocomposite powders with giant high magnetization ...

values by high energy ball milling ... during milling of Fe and hence will give nanopowders. Thus, in the present work, we used Fe 3O 4 nanoparticles (∼5–20 nm) as reinforcement which was synthesized by a microwave refluxing technique. It was ball milled with vary-ing compositions of Fe (∼53 μm) up to 30 h of duration. The samples were analysed using X-ray diffraction (XRD ...

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(PDF) SmCo 5 /Fe nanocomposite magnetic powders

The α-Fe powder of about 10 wt% was selected for mixing with SmCo 5 powder for ball milling, as it has been demonstrated that about 5-10 wt% of Fe with SmCo 5 can give relatively high coercivity and magnetization in isotropic nanocomposite magnets [15]. Heptane (99.8% purity) and oleic acid (90%) were used as a solvent and a surfactant, respectively, during milling. Milling was performed in a ...

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SmCo 5 /Fe nanocomposite magnetic powders processed

A magnetic field-assisted ball milling has been employed for the preparation of SmCo 5 + 10 wt% Fe nanocomposite powders in the presence of oleic acid as surfactant. Milling experiments were also carried out without using surfactant and the nanocomposite powders so obtained, with and without surfactant, were investigated for their structural and magnetic properties using SEM, XRD, VSM and ...

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High energy ball milling process for nanomaterial synthesis

In particular, mechanical attributed contamination by the milling tools (Fe or WC) as well as ambient gas (trace impurities such as O 2, N 2 in rare gases) can be problems for high-energy ball milling. However, using optimized milling speed and milling time may effectively reduce the contamination. Moreover, ductile materials can form a thin coating layer on the milling tools that reduces ...

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(PDF) Fe-doped SnO 2 nanopowders obtained by sol–gel

Mechanochemical alloying was performed in a planetary ball mill Fritsch Pulverisette 5. The starting materials were rutile SnO 2 (Merck 99%) and α-Fe (Merck 99%). Samples were milled for 12 h in air at atmospheric pressure, using Cr-based stainless steel jars and balls of 12 mm in diameter. Fe nominal concentration was of 4 at.%. The rotation velocity of the disc was of 390 rpm, and the ball ...

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Mechanical milling: a sustainable route to induce ...

This work reports a comprehensive morphological, structural, and physicochemical investigation of MoS 2 nanopowders treated with dry ball-milling. The adsorption performances of the produced nanopowders were tested using methylene blue (MB) dye and phenol in aqueous solution. The adsorption capacity as a function of ball-milling time was deeply studied and explained. Importantly, the ball ...

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Magnetocaloric effect in high-energy ball-milled Gd 5 Si 2 ...

Evolution of structure and magnetocaloric properties in ball-milled Gd 5 Si 2 Ge 2 and Gd 5 Si 2 Ge 2 /0.1 wt% Fe nanostructured powders were investigated. The high-energy ball-milled powders were composed of very fine grains (70-80 nm). Magnetization decreased with milling time due to decrease in the grain size and randomization of the magnetic moments at the surface.

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Hybrid CuxO–TiO2 Nanopowders Prepared by Ball

Hybrid nanocomposites of Cu2O–(R)TiO2, CuO–(R)TiO2, and Cu3TiO4–(R)TiO2 (where R represents the rutile phase of TiO2) nanopowders (NPs) were produced via solid state reaction followed by 20 h of ball milling; their photocatalytic activities were evaluated for methylene blue (MB) degradation under visible light intensity (∼65 mW/cm2) and compared to Degussa P25 under both ultraviolet ...

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Optimization of ball milling parameters to produce ...

11/11/2013  Nanopowders of Centella asiatica was produced using planetary ball mill by varying milling parameters such as milling time, mass concentration, and bead amount. Particle size analysis employing photon correlation spectroscopy was carried out to record the effect of milling parameters on the particle size produced. The morphology of milled powders was also analyzed using a field

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