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《China Ceramics》 2014-07
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Study on the Molten Salt Method of Using Distilled Water as Milling Medium and Synthesis of Strontium Bismuth Titanate

ZHAO Ge;JIANG Xiangpin;School of Materials Science and Engineering,Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute;  
In this paper, strontium bismuth titanate was synthesis by the Molten Salt Method. Distilled water was used as millingdispersant in this process, to replace traditional volatile dispersant(acetone, ethanol). The effect of the distilled water, molten salt and wetting agent content on the microstructures and morphology of SrBi4Ti4O15 ceramics and ball mill dispersing efficiency are analyzed by an orthogonal experimental method. Results indicated that platedlike SrBi4Ti4O15 powders can be synthesized at 900 ℃ when the molar ratio of raw materials, distilled water, molten saltand wetting agent(Sodium lignosulphonate) was 100∶80∶70∶0.8.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金(51062005);; 景德镇科技计划项目(2013)
【CateGory Index】: TQ174.75
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