Thermal destruction of coprecipitated hydroxides of indium and dysprosium

Tatiana Malinovskaya, Sergei Ghyngazov, Valentina Zhek

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Abstract

Thermal destruction of indium and dysprosium hydroxides coprecipitated from solutions of their nitrate and chloride salts with ammonia was investigated by DTA/TG, XRD and MS methods. The features of these processes were revealed in solutions of different nature. It is shown that the method of thermal decomposition of mixed indium and dysprosium hydroxides coprecipitated from the solution of their chloride salts is environmentally appropriate and economically viable. The size of the coprecipitated hydroxide particles of indium oxide produced through thermal destruction at up to 500 °C (13 nm) allows us to recommend this method for production of nanodispersed mixed oxides of indium and dysprosium.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

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Dysprosium
Hydroxides
Indium
dysprosium
hydroxides
destruction
indium
Chlorides
Salts
chlorides
salts
mixed oxides
Ammonia
Nitrates
indium oxides
Differential thermal analysis
thermal decomposition
nitrates
ammonia
thermal analysis

Keywords

  • Chemical coprecipitation
  • Dysprosium oxide
  • Indium oxide
  • Thermal destruction hydroxides

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Physical and Theoretical Chemistry

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Thermal destruction of coprecipitated hydroxides of indium and dysprosium. / Malinovskaya, Tatiana; Ghyngazov, Sergei; Zhek, Valentina.

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