The mechanism of nickel ferrite formation by glow discharge effect

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Abstract

The influence of various factors on the formation of nickel ferrite by the glow discharge effect has been studied. The ferritization process in the system FeSO4–NiSO4–NaOH–H2O has been studied by the methods of potentiometric titration, measurement of electrical conductivity, residual concentrations and apparent sediment volume. It has been established that the process proceeds in a multistage fashion at pH 11–12 with the formation of polyhydroxo complexes, an intermediate compound and the ferrite formation by its oxidation with active radicals.

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Ferritization Nickel ferrite Glow discharge 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ukrainian State University of Chemical EngineeringDniproUkraine

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