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New Route to Double Perovskite Oxides Using the Mixture of Oxalate Precursors


Jurić, Marijana; Popović, Jasminka; Androš Dubraja, Lidija; Torić, Filip; Pajić, Damir
New Route to Double Perovskite Oxides Using the Mixture of Oxalate Precursors // Book of Abstracts of the 31st European Crystallographic Meeting (ECM31) Acta Crystallographica Section A
Oviedo, Španjolska, 2018. str. e388-e388 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
New Route to Double Perovskite Oxides Using the Mixture of Oxalate Precursors

Autori
Jurić, Marijana ; Popović, Jasminka ; Androš Dubraja, Lidija ; Torić, Filip ; Pajić, Damir

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Book of Abstracts of the 31st European Crystallographic Meeting (ECM31) Acta Crystallographica Section A / - , 2018, E388-e388

Skup
The 31st European Crystallographic Meeting

Mjesto i datum
Oviedo, Španjolska, 22.-27. 08. 2018

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Perovskite oxides ; molecular oxalate precursor ; magnetic properties

Sažetak
Properties of the mixed-metal oxides could be highly affected by the effect of crystallinity, particle size, phase composition and morphology. These can be tuned in part by changing the synthesis methods. The possibility of using metal–organic coordination systems through the thermal decomposition process as molecular precursors in the synthesis of nanomaterials with high surface and specific morphology has been considered only recently. It has been observed that the use of a well-defined heterometallic precursor can produce crystalline oxide materials under conditions that are significantly milder than those applied in traditional solid-state synthesis. Also, the single-source precursors provide better control over the stoichiometry of the metal ions in the final products as well as the homogeneity of the materials due to the mixing of the metals at the molecular level. The existence of bridging or chelating ligands in the precursors prevents metal separation during oxide formation. For example, the C2O42− anion easily decomposes to the vapour phases CO2 and CO, by the low-temperature routes, and hence, heterometallic oxalate complexes are very convenient for the preparation of mixed metal oxides.[1] Most of the perovskite compounds that have potential technological interests are not simple systems, but rather ternary oxides such as A(B'B'')O3. Heterometallic oxalate complexes do not always contain the appropriate stoichiometry for the formation of the desired single phase oxide. So, we have tested whether the multimetallic oxides containing two or more metals could be prepared by mixing two or more different oxalate precursor in various ratios prior to thermal decomposition.[2] A highly crystalline materials Ba(M1/3−xMx'NbV2/3)O3 [M = NiII, M' = CoII ; x = 0−1/3] were obtained after thermal decomposition of the mixture of the well-defined and structurally characterized heterometallic oxalate-based compounds Ba2(H2O)5[NbO(C2O4)3]HC2O4}; ; ; ·H2O, [1] [Ni(bpy)3]2[NbO(C2O4)3]Cl·12H2O[3] and [Co(bpy)3]2[NbO(C2O4)3]Cl·12H2O, [3] grinded in an agate mortar in different ratios. The phase formation and structural ordering of the tri- or tetrametallic perovskite oxides obtained by this modified molecular precursor route have been characterized by powder X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy. The magnetic properties of newly prepared materials which adopt the disordered cubic structure (Pm3 ̅m space group) with random distribution of B' and B'' ions, have been also investigated.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Fizika, Kemija



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Projekt / tema
HRZZ-IP-2014-09-4079 - Novi metal-organsi sustavi s oksalatnim i kinoidnim ligandima s podešenim svojstvima pogodnim za primjenu (Krešimir Molčanov, )

Ustanove
Institut "Ruđer Bošković", Zagreb,
Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb

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