Preparation of Mn-Co-Ni mono-phase spinel oxide by oxidation of rock salt-type oxide

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Preparation of a mono-phase spinel from a ternary system Mn-Co-Ni oxide with a molar ratio of 3.0∶1.9∶1.1 was investigated. It was found that the oxidation profile of a rock salt-type oxide, which was formed at 1400 °C, was the most significant factor. As a result, the perfect mono-phase specimen was obtained by water quenching the rock salt-type oxide and then heat treating to oxidize it for more than 3 h at 1000°C.

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Meguro, T., Yokoyama, T. & Komeya, K. Preparation of Mn-Co-Ni mono-phase spinel oxide by oxidation of rock salt-type oxide. J Mater Sci 27, 5529–5530 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00541616

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Keywords

  • Oxide
  • Polymer
  • Ternary System
  • Spinel Oxide
  • Oxidation Profile