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330 Fe2 O3 on to the surface of a hot plate at 250 ◦ C, and obtained pure and defect-free barium ferrite nanoparticles (50–70 nm) upon crystallization at temperatures below 600 ◦ C [63]. The soluble precursor salts most often used are nitrates that decompose at relatively high temperatures (>600 ◦ C). Choice of the proper precursors can, however, reduce the decomposition temperature. For example, nanoparticles of BaFe12 O19 (10–20 nm) were prepared at the notably low temperature of 425 ◦ C by use of a citrate precursor.

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1. Scanning electron micrograph of an Fe network grown on 100-nm pore size, 50-nm wall width nanochannel alumina. The light connected regions correspond to the Fe network and the dark regions are the nanochannels (pores) in the alumina substrate [110]. emerging. The properties of nanocrystalline materials are very often superior to those of conventional polycrystalline coarse-grained materials. Nanoscaled materials often have higher electrical resistivity, specific heat, and coefficient of thermal expansion, and lower thermal conductivity than conventional coarse-grained materials; they also often have superior magnetic properties.

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