Glycine-nitrate combustion method was used to obtain nanopowders of orthorhombic and hexagonal yttrium orthoferrite with particles sizes in the ranges from 30 to 53 nm and from 6 to 14 nm, respectively. It is shown that the structure and size of the particles are determined by the process temperature, which depends on the relative amounts of glycine and nitrates in the initial mixture. It is shown that yttrium orthoferrite nanopowders with a certain crystal structure and particle size can be obtained by varying the glycine/nitrate ratio. The nanopowders and materials on their basis can be used as photocatalysts.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: May 13, 2014
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