S S Yawale
Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 25 Issue 1 February 2002 pp 75-78 Amorphous Materials
The infrared spectra of zinc-doped lead borate glasses (10–30 mol% ZnO) were measured over a continuous spectral range (400–4000 cm–1) in an attempt to study their structure systematically. No boroxol ring formation was observed in the structure of these glasses. The formation of Zn in tetrahedral coordination was not observed. The conversion of three-fold to four-fold coordinated boron took place.
Volume 25 Issue 5 October 2002 pp 431-434 Glasses
A.c. conductivity, dielectric constant and loss, and variation with temperature (302–373 K) for four different compositions of V2O5–B2O3 glasses were reported at 9.586 GHz microwave frequency. The quality factor (𝑄) and attenuation factor (𝛼) being the important parameters in the microwave range of applications were also studied. The change in the dielectric constant and loss was observed with composition of V2O5. The maximum loss was found to be at 15V2O5 mol%. The peak was observed in loss with temperature.
Volume 37 Issue 6 October 2014 pp 1403-1409
The preparation and characterization of composite polymer electrolytes comprising PEO and LiClO4 with different concentrations of ZnO nanoparticles are studied. Conductivity measurements were carried out and discussed. In order to ascertain the thermal stability of the polymer electrolyte with maximum conductivity, films were subjected to TG/DTA analysis in the range of 298–823 K. In the present work, FTIR spectroscopy is used to study polymer structure and interactions between PEO and LiClO4, which can make changes in the vibrational modes of the atoms or molecules in the material. FTIR spectra show the complexation of LiClO4 with PEO. The SEM photographs indicated that electrolytes are miscible and homogeneous.
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