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Spherical iron oxide particles synthesized by an aerosol technique

  • M.V. Cabañas (a1), M. Vallet-Regí (a2), M. Labeau (a3) and J.M. González-Calbet (a4)

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Spherical particles of several iron oxides have been obtained by pyrolysis of an aerosol generated by ultrahigh frequency spraying of a solution. Two different precursor solutions were used to produce the aerosol: Fe(NO3)3 · 9H2O and FeC6H5O7 · 4H2O. The iron nitrate decomposition leads to the formation of α-Fe2O3, while the organic precursor pyrolysis leads to magnetic particles of either γ–Fe2O3 or Fe3O4. Structural phase, particle size, texture, and homogeneity of the products so obtained can be controlled as a function of some synthesis conditions such as precursor solution, temperature, solution concentration, and surrounding atmosphere.

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Spherical iron oxide particles synthesized by an aerosol technique

  • M.V. Cabañas (a1), M. Vallet-Regí (a2), M. Labeau (a3) and J.M. González-Calbet (a4)

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