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Structural Modification of Cubic Zinc Bismuth Spinel Induced by Lead Substitution

  • Mohammed Eddya
  • Bouazza Tbib
  • Khalil El-HamiEmail author
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1104)

Abstract

The actual work is focused on synthesis of zinc nanomaterials spinel, and the study of structural morphological properties. During this work we synthesized zinc bismuth spinel nanoparticles from Zinc oxide (ZnO), lead oxide (PbO) and Bismuth trioxide (Bi2O3) by solid state method. We noticed that the zinc doping spinel by lead (Pb) affect the morphology in nano-stalks thing which influence its structural and optical properties. We also demonstrated that the lead (Pb) can doped zinc bismuth spinel by low concentration which is an element that offers a protection and reduce the parameters variation during the nanoparticles’ elaboration.

Keywords

Nanoparticles Spinel Solid state Lead Zinc 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Polydisciplinary Faculty of Khouribga, Laboratory of Nanosciences and ModelingUniversity of Sultan Moulay SlimaneKhouribgaMorocco

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