C E Deshpande
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 3 Issue 3 November 1981 pp 261-270
Easily oxidizable oxides, FeO, and MnO, are unstable in air but can be easily stabilized by small amounts of other oxides. Further these two unstable oxides stabilize each other very well. Such stabilized FeO and MnO provide easy and reproducible methods of preparing electronic ceramics that need such unstable valency states in them. Ferrous-zinc ferrite has been successfully synthesized employing FeO stabilized with a small amount of Fe3O2.
Volume 5 Issue 1 March 1983 pp 1-11
Manganous-zinc ferrites are best prepared directly from MnO and can be conveniently pressed with non-volatilizable binders such as polyvinyl alcohol which however can be burnt out without oxidizing the Mn2+ in the ferrite by sintering in a static atmosphere generated by the thermal dissociation of active ferric oxide pellets placed out of contact with the ferrite in the closed sintering unit. Such a process eliminates cracks and rejections in the sintered pieces besides giving very satisfactory and reproducible results.
Volume 17 Issue 6 November 1994 pp 1015-1028
A novel chemical passivation route is established to obtain microcrystalline solid solutions of binary oxidé system Mn1−
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