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Spotlight on the Nano-Structural Features of Mn-Doped-Aurivillius Phase For Catalysis Applications An AFM-Studies

Volume 1, Issue 1, October 2016    |    PP. 50-59    |PDF (526 K)|    Pub. Date: November 11, 2016
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Author(s)
Khaled M. Elsabawy, Materials Science Unit, Chemistry Department,Faculty of Science,Tanta University- Tanta-EGYPT; Materials Science Unit ,Chemistry Department,Faculty of Science,,Taif University,Taif, Saudi Arabia.

Abstract
The aurivillius phase of optimum Mn-doped with chemical formula Bi2SrV1.9Mn0.1O9 was carefully prepared by solid state reaction technique and ceramics procedures. The analysis of X-ray confirmed the formation of single aurivillus layered perovskite structure. The sample well characterized and then forwarded to both of SEM and AFM-investigations to predict nano-structural feature and huge surface area topology which qualifies this family of aurivillus with high oxygen content ( O=9) to be active surface material in heterogeneous catalysis processes.

Keywords
Manganese; Vanadium sites; Perovskite; Ceramic; X-ray; AFM; SEM

Cite this paper
Khaled M. Elsabawy, Spotlight on the Nano-Structural Features of Mn-Doped-Aurivillius Phase For Catalysis Applications An AFM-Studies, SCIREA Journal of Materials. Vol. 1 , No. 1 , 2016 , pp. 50 - 59 .

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