JMMCE  Vol.1 No.5 , September 2013
The Study of Reaction Sequences for Formation of Solid Solution of Ceramic Material: Pb1-2XSmxNdx[(Zr0,55Ti0,45)1-0.02,0.01(Y2/3,Mo1/3),0.01 (Y2/3,Ni1/3)]O3 and the Study of These Structures
ABSTRACT
This work is aimed to synthesize new type ceramic materials: Pb1-2XSmxNdx[(Zr0,55Ti0,45)1-0.02,0.01(Y2/3,Mo1/3),0.01 (Y2/3,Ni1/3)]O3 of structure perovskite in the presence of the doping agents: NiO, Sm2O3, Y2O3, Nd2O3 and MoO3 near the morphotropic phase boundary. These ceramics worked out by solid way, we present the preparation and the different stages of the formation reaction of the solid solution. Then we will detail the different techniques of analysis applied to this compound; we begin by the X-ray diffraction in the following by analysis spectroscopic (FTIR), analysis by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and finally analysis by spectrometric energy dispersive (EDS). These studies help us to accumulate as much information on these materials.

Cite this paper
O. Kribaa and A. Boutarfaia, "The Study of Reaction Sequences for Formation of Solid Solution of Ceramic Material: Pb1-2XSmxNdx[(Zr0,55Ti0,45)1-0.02,0.01(Y2/3,Mo1/3),0.01 (Y2/3,Ni1/3)]O3 and the Study of These Structures," Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, Vol. 1 No. 5, 2013, pp. 217-221. doi: 10.4236/jmmce.2013.15034.
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