STRUCTURAL AND THE MAGNETIC RESPONSIBILITIES AT THREE SUCCESSIVE SINTERING TEMPERATURES OF BaFe12O19 THROUGH POWDER DIFFRACTION AND VIBRATIONAL SCANNING MAGNETOMETER ANALYSIS

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Published: 2021-08-03

Page: 21-27


S. THIYAGARAJ *

Department of Physics, CPGS, Jain Deemed to-be University, Bangalore, India.

S. RAJAGOPAL

Department of Physics, CPGS, Jain Deemed to-be University, Bangalore, India.

H. JUDE LEONARD HILARY

Department of Physics, Joseph College, Autonomous, Cuddalore, Tamilnadu, India.

A. CHRISTY FERDINAND

Department of Physics, Periyar Government Arts College, Cuddalore, Tamilnadu, India.

VISHAL SAMAJE

Department of Physics, Periyar Government Arts College, Cuddalore, Tamilnadu, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

Synchronous events of enormous solid ferromagnetism have been found in barium hexaferrite single Crystal. While endeavoring to verify the best properties of barium hexaferrite (BaFe12O19), the sol–gel method was picked and, the ideal sintering conditions were set up. The impacts of the sintering temperature on the associate, morphological and appealing properties of hexaferrite were pondered. X-Ray appraisal shows that the sintered models (1000–1,200ºC) stayed in the hexagonal structure. From this appraisal, optional stage are perceived Fe4O5.After the Teror stage investigation done through match 3 programming, the 100% phase direction of BaFe12O19 were affirmed. The impact of sintering temperature on the grain improvement of BaFe12O19 is attested and is in good synchronization with the powder x- ray diffraction assessment dependent on the three 2θ peaks and the (110 ) (017) (114) three major planes. Sintering temperature genuinely influenced the grains in diminished models. The outcomes show that homogeneous and thick BaFe12O19Crystal creation got at a lower sintering temperature of 1,200ºC which is lower than the ordinarily pronounced sintering temperature of 1,300ºC. The sintering treatment can especially affect the grains in more minuscule models.

Keywords: Sol–gel method, sintering temperature, VSM, phase and structural analysis


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THIYAGARAJ, S., RAJAGOPAL, S., HILARY, H. J. L., FERDINAND, A. C., & SAMAJE, V. (2021). STRUCTURAL AND THE MAGNETIC RESPONSIBILITIES AT THREE SUCCESSIVE SINTERING TEMPERATURES OF BaFe12O19 THROUGH POWDER DIFFRACTION AND VIBRATIONAL SCANNING MAGNETOMETER ANALYSIS. Journal of Applied Physical Science International, 13(2), 21–27. Retrieved from https://ikprress.org/index.php/JAPSI/article/view/6780

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