Influences of Progressing Parameters on Flake BaBi4Ti4O15 Powder Synthesized by Molten Salt Synthesis Method
Abstract. BaBi4Ti4O15 powder was synthesized by molten salt synthesis (MSS) method in NaCl-KCl and Na2SO4-K2SO4 fluxes. The phases of reaction products and the microstructures at different calcined temperatures were detected by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning electron microscope (SEM). As a result, the flaky BaBi4Ti4O15 powder with anisotropy was synthesized by molten salt synthesis method in NaCl-KCl and Na2SO4-K2SO4 fluxes in the range of 850～1050°C. Compared with BaBi4Ti4O15 powder synthesized in the sulfate flux, the anisotropy level of BaBi4Ti4O15 powder which was synthesized in chloride flux increased, the average particle size(APS) of BaBi4Ti4O15 powder synthesized in the chloride flux is slight larger than in the sulfate flux. The thickness of BaBi4Ti4O15 powder was synthesized by molten salt synthesis method in the chloride flux decreased than in the sulfate.
Yun-Hae Kim, Prasad Yarlagadda, Xiaodong Zhang and Zhijiu Ai
J. L. Huang et al., "Influences of Progressing Parameters on Flake BaBi4Ti4O15 Powder Synthesized by Molten Salt Synthesis Method", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 335-336, pp. 704-707, 2011