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Chemical Synthesis and X-ray Study of M-type Hexagonal Nano Ferrite Powders

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Ibb University, Ibb, YEMEN

Res. J. Material Sci., Volume 2, Issue (2), Pages 1-5, April,16 (2014)


M-type hexagonal ferrites with composition SrFe12-yMg19-y/2 have been prepared by the co-precipitation method. The X-ray powder diffraction was employ to investigate their nanostructure constants. The X-ray data were analyzed using different softwares. The average values of lattice constants (a) and (c) are found in the range (5.867– 5.876) A and (22.918– 22.977) A respectively and the average crystallite size is found in the range 71 – 93 nm. SrFe11.5Mg0.518.5 sample is the critical concentration where it has the minimum value of (a) lattice prameter, the minimum value of crystallite size and the maximum value of lattice strain.


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