The dependence between the structural-morphological features mixes 0.8SiO2/0.2Al2O3 from the time of mechanicall treatment
This paper highlights the relationship between changes in structural and morphological features, electronic structure and exanging of time mechanical treatment at microbraker (MBT). Scaning electron microscopy revealed a change in the morphological features of nanoscale powders. From the comparison of SEM images of 0.8SiO2/0.2Al2О3 mixture before and after MBT, it is established that due to MBT, the agglomerates of the initial components are simultaneously crushed with perfect mixing particles of oxides between each other and the formation of new agglomerates with a denser structure. The increase in processing time leads to an increase in the density of the nanocomposite. The effect of time of mechanical treatment on the structural parameters and phase composition of mixtures of silicon dioxide and titanium were studied using the method of X-ray structural analysis. The established agglomeration is accompanied by a change in the lattice parameter c with a change in the regions of coherent scattering of crystalline Al2О3. Ultra-soft X-ray emission spectroscopy was used to study the distribution of Op-, Sisd- and Alsd- valence electrons in 0.8SiO2/0.2Al2О3 powder mixtures after the different time of mechanicall treatment. An increase in atomic charges has been measured and can be explained by the transfer of electrons from Si and Al to O atoms in split Opπ-binding states.
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