The effect of complex high-energy action, including mechanical milling of Li2CO3-Fe2O3-ZnO initial reagents mixture and its consistent heating by the pulsed electron beam on solid-phase synthesis was studied by X-ray powder diffraction and thermal analyses. The initial mixture Li2CO3-Fe2O3-ZnO corresponds to the ferrite with stoichiometric formula: Li0.5(1–x)ZnxFe2.5–0.5xО4, where х = 0.2. The same studies were carried out with thermal heating in a laboratory furnace for detection the effect of radiation on the formation of phase composition lithium-zinc ferrite. Initial mixture was milled in AGO-2S planetary ball mill with a milling speed of 2220 rpm for 60 min. Radiation-thermal synthesis of the milled mixture was carried out by the pulsed electron accelerator (ILU-6) at 600°C and 750°C. The maximum time of the isothermal stage was 60 minutes. According to the X-ray powder diffraction and thermogravimetric analysis, it was found that the complex high-energy action leads to decrease a temperature and time of obtaining lithium-zinc ferrite homogeneous in phase composition. The proposed high-energy regimes allow to synthesized lithium-zinc ferrites at 600 °C for 60 minutes, which is much lower compared to conventional ceramic technology.
|Журнал||Materials Science Forum|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - 2019|
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Materials Science(all)
- Condensed Matter Physics
- Mechanics of Materials
- Mechanical Engineering