Volume 18 No 9 (2020)
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Investigation on Some Physical and Microstructural Behavior of Composite Ceramic Capacitors Prepared from Nano Scale Powder
Tarik Talib Issa, Awatif A. Mohammad, Sadeer M Majeed
High purity of (99.999%) Nano grain size from both SrTiO3 and BaTiO3 was used to prepare the composites ceramic capacitors. The fabricated discs were sintered at 1300 ˚C, for 3 hours under static air. X-ray diffraction, thermo gravimetric and differential thermal analysis, sintering behavior, SEM and AFM were conducted to study its physical and microstructural behavior. The best results indicated at the combination (BaTiO3 72 -SrTiO3 28) Wt.%, after sintering as composites ceramic fabricated from nano powder.
Nano Grains, Composite Ceramic, Sintering, Thermal Analysis, SEM, XRD.
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