from the conferences organized by TANGER Ltd. provisional website
Iron (II) oxalate dihydrate was investigated as a possible candidate for the preparation of elongated magnetic particles. In order to prepare 1-dimensional nanostructures with high aspect ratio, three kinds of synthesis were employed for the preparation of this precursor. It was shown that microwave solvothermal synthesis utilizing pressurized reactor provides desired structure without the use of any surfactant in short synthesis times and uses low cost and relatively low toxic reactants.Keywords: Magnetic materials, Solvothermal synthesis, Microwave synthesis, Thermal decomposition
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