Mishra, D and Anand, S and Panda, R K and Das, R P (2002) Characterization of Products Obtained during Formation of Barium Monoaluminate through Hydrothermal Precipitation–Calcination Route. Journal of American Ceramic Society, 85 . pp. 437-443.
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Nanosized (10–30 nm particle size) hexagonal barium monoaluminate, having a high surface area of 30 m2/g, was synthesized by calcination of hydrothermally prepared precursors. The precursors were obtained by hydrolytic precipitation, using a mixed solution of barium and aluminum nitrates in the presence of aqueous urea at 180°C. Based on the results of XRD, FTIR, SEM/EDS, TEM, and TG-DTA studies, the most probable sequence of reactions leading to the formation of barium monoaluminate was (i) conversion of aqueous barium and aluminum nitrates in the presence of urea by hydrothermal precipitation to crystalline orthorhombic barium carbonate and boehmite, (ii) formation of an interim form consisting of amorphous fibrillar aluminum oxide(s) interlaced with crystalline barium carbonate in the calcination temperature range of 500°–800°C, (iii) initiation of formation of barium monoaluminate at 1000°C, and (iv) formation of a near monophase nanosized barium monoaluminate at 1200°C.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||hydrothermal synthesis, barium mono aluminate|
|Divisions:||Metal Extraction and Forming|
|Deposited By:||Dr Devabrata Mishra|
|Deposited On:||19 Jan 2012 16:35|
|Last Modified:||19 Jan 2012 16:35|
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