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Materials ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (2) ◽  
pp. 528
Tadeusz Czech

Iron and other metal compounds are the materials that often appear in coal seams, because they also appear as a component of former organic matter in coal rocks. Although iron is the dominant element in coal rocks, other metals such as titanium, lead, cobalt, nickel, and copper are also present. In this study, the properties of magnetic particles of a size between 1 and 20 µm of globular structure and iron containing, were separated from coal fly ash, and studied using a scanning electron microscopy, energy disperse spectroscopy, and X-ray diffraction spectroscopy. The investigations were comprised of micrographs of the structure of these particles, their elemental composition, and phase analysis.

2022 ◽  
Vol 275 ◽  
pp. 125222
K.M. Srinivasamurthy ◽  
K. Manjunatha ◽  
A. El-Denglawey ◽  
R. Rajaramakrishna ◽  
S.P. Kubrin ◽  

2021 ◽  
Vol 18 (3) ◽  
pp. 298-304
Smita C Tolani ◽  
Kishorchandra G Rewatkar

The available literature and research work on W-type hexaferrites is mainly focused on Co- and Zn-based calcium W-type hexagonal ferrites with a variety of cationic substitutions. The Modifications in the properties of the Calcium W-type ferrite based on Ni2+ as the divalent metal ion, however, is not studied sufficiently in the research literature vailable. In this study, the focus is mainly on the effects of substitution of Ni2+ on the properties of CaCo2W exaferrites. The investigations carried out are mainly XRD, SEM and VSM. The main objective of this research investigation is to study the effect of substitution of Nickel and Cobalt on the structural and magnetic properties of calcium W-type hexaferrite CaCo2-xNixFe16O27 (x=0, 1 and 2). XRD analysis and characterization revealed slight decrease in the values of lattice constants ‘a’ and ‘c’ with increase in concentration ‘x’. The particle size was confirmed from SEM and TEM images. The analysis of VSM for magnetic properties reveals decrease in coercivity and increase in the values of saturation magnetization as concentration increases. The results of measurements made bythe various experimental techniques and the observations were compared to understand the crystalline and magnetic structure of the compounds

2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-7
T. Usami ◽  
S. A. Salman ◽  
K. Kuroda ◽  
M. K. Gouda ◽  
A. Mahdy ◽  

Cobalt-nickel nanoparticles (Co-Ni-NPs) show promising electrochemical performance in oxygen and hydrogen evolution reactions (OER and HER) due to their physicochemical properties such as electronic configuration and great electrochemical stability. Therefore, developing new economically and environmentally friendly methods of synthesizing Co-Ni-NPs has become a practical requirement. Co-Ni-NPs were produced by employing the liquid-phase reduction method. Nickel and cobalt sulfate solutions in hydrazine monohydrate with various mixing ratios were used as raw materials. Nickel plays an important role in the nucleation process via increasing the reduction reaction rate throughout the formation of Co-Ni-NPs. Furthermore, the acceleration of the Co-Ni-NPs formation process may be attributed to the partial dissolution of Ni(OH)2 in the presence of N2H4 and/or citrate-anions and the formation of the Ni-N2H4 or Ni-Cit complexes in contrast to Co(OH)2.

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