One-step Processing of Spinel Ferrites via the High-energy Ball Milling of Binary Oxides
One-step processing of spinel ferrites via the high-energy ball milling of binary oxides was presented. It was found that the milled ferrites have a nonequilibrium cation site distribution, with a high population of Zn cations on the octahedral sites. The particle size distribution dropped with milling time from 60±1 to ∼ 14±1 nm at 10h, but increased to 18.5±1 nm after long durations.
V. G. Harris et al., "One-step Processing of Spinel Ferrites via the High-energy Ball Milling of Binary Oxides," Journal of Applied Physics, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Jan 2003.
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