Papers by Keyword: ZnAl2O4 Spinel

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Authors: Joanna Wojewoda-Budka, Natalia Sobczak, Jerzy Morgiel, Rafal Nowak
Abstract: Interface reactions between liquid aluminium and ZnO single crystal substrates of <1-100> orientation (at 1273 K under vacuum) were examined using scanning and transmission electron microscopy techniques. The substrates were subjected to the “pushing drop” tests when liquid is deposited from the capillary on the substrate surface and then, after appropriate contact time, it is pushed away. After short time of interaction with <1-100>ZnO substrate, three phases were detected: α-Al2O3, the alumina of unknown type and ZnAl2O4 spinel formed due to the solid state reaction between Al2O3 and ZnO.
Authors: Jian Ye Song, Ming Zhe Leng, Xing Qi Fu, Jian Qiang Liu
Abstract: Single-phase ZnAl2O4 spinel has been prepared by a novel simple route using layered double hydroxide as a precursor. ZnAl2O4 spinel is directly obtained by calcination of zinc aluminum layered double hydroxide (Zn/Al molar radio is 0.5) without further chemical treatment. The key feature of this method is that it affords uniform distribution of all metal cations on an atomic level in the precursor. The structural characteristics of the as-synthesized precursor and the resulted calcined products are obtained by X-ray diffraction and scanning electron microscope.
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