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Advanced Materials Letters

Volume 4, Issue 7, Pages 586-590, July 2013, Current Issue
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Effect Of Sintering Temperature On Structural And Electrical Switching Properties Of Cadmium Ferrite 

S.P. Dalawai1*, A.B. Gadkari2, T.J. Shinde3, P.N. Vasambekar1

1Department of Electronics, Shivaji University Kolhapur 416 004, India

2Department of Physics, GKG college, Kolhapur 416 012, India

3Department of Physics, Smt KRP Kanya Mahavidyalaya Islampur 416 409, India

Adv. Mater. Lett., 2013, Current Issue, 4 (7), pp 586-590

DOI: 10.5185/amlett.2012.10431

Publication Date (Web): May 01, 2013

E-mail: sanjeevdalawai@gmail.com

Abstract

Cadmium ferrite was prepared by standard ceramic method and characterized by XRD, IR and SEM techniques. The X-ray analysis confirms the formation of single phase cubic spinel structure. The lattice constant decreases slightly and porosity increases with increase in sintering temperature. The crystallite size of the samples lies in the range of 22.83 to 24.44 nm. The IR study shows two absorption bands around 400 cm-1 and 600 cm-1 corresponding to octahedral and tetrahedral sites respectively. The grain size increases and switching field decreases with increases in sintering temperature.

Keywords

Cadmium ferrite, grain size, structural, electrical switching.

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