Mechanism by which nanocrystalline yttrium orthoferrite is formed in thermal treatment of amorphous nanopowders produced by the glycine-nitrate combustion method was studied. It was shown that orthorhombic YFeO3 is formed from the amorphous phase via intermediate formation of a metastable nanocrystalline hexagonal phase of yttrium orthoferrite. The main parameter controlling the process in which the orthorhombic form of YFeO3 is determined. It was demonstrated that YFeO3 crystallizes from an amorphous powder in the hexagonal modification up to nanocrystal sizes of approximately 33 nm and transforms to the orthorhombic phase at larger sizes.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Jan 23, 2015
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