Glycine-nitrate combustion method was used to obtain powders based on CeFeO3 nanocrystals with average crystallite size in the range from 33 ± 3 to 51 ± 5 nm. The influence exerted by parameters of the glycine-nitrate combustion process and, in particular, by the glycine-nitrate ratio (G/N) on the composition and crystallite size of the synthesis products was determined. The optimal G/N ratio at which nanocrystalline cerium orthoferrite is formed with the minimum amount of impurity phases Fe2O3 and CeO2 was found to be 0.8. It was demonstrated that the composition of the starting solution affects the nature of the phase heterogeneity in the resulting product, crystallite size, and porosity of the nanocrystalline powders being formed. The patterns determined in the study make it possible to optimize the technology of nanocrystalline powders based on CeFeO3 in order to obtain powders with prescribed phase composition and crystallite sizes to enable their use as a basis for photocatalytic materials.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 24, 2016
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