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Amorphous iron oxide prepared by microwave heating

  • Oleg Palchik (a1), Israel Felner (a2), Gina Kataby (a1) and Aharon Gedanken (a1)

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Amorphous iron oxide (Fe2O3) was prepared by the pyrolysis of iron pentacarbonyl [Fe(CO)5] in a modified domestic microwave oven in refluxing chlorobenzene as a solvent under air. The reaction time was 20 min. Partially separated particles of iron oxide, 2–3 nm in diameter, were obtained. The other part showed aggregated spheres with a diameter of 25–40 nm. Differential scanning calorimetry measurements showed an amorphous/crystalline phase transition at about 250 °C.

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Amorphous iron oxide prepared by microwave heating

  • Oleg Palchik (a1), Israel Felner (a2), Gina Kataby (a1) and Aharon Gedanken (a1)

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