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Monitoring of a Calcination Reaction of High Reflective Green-Black (HRGB) Pigments by Using Near-Infrared Electronic Spectroscopy: Calcination Temperature-Dependent Crystal Structural Changes of Their Components and Calibration of the Extent of the Reaction

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Abstract:

This paper demonstrates the potential of near-infrared (NIR) electronic spectroscopy in nondestructive monitoring of a chemical reaction of inorganic functional material. For this purpose NIR spectra in the 12 000‐4000 cm−1 region were measured for high reflective green-black (HRGB) pigments (Co0.5Mg0.5Fe0.5Al1.5O4) calcined at 1000, 1100, and 1200 °C and pigments with the same components as HRGB but calcined at different temperatures (500‐900 °C) (hereafter, called “Pigments A”) . NIR spectra of their components such as Co3O4, MgO, Fe2O3, and Al2O3 were also measured. The NIR spectra of Pigments A show two major broad bands. One arises from a 4 A 24 T 1 (Th ) d-d transition of Co(II) in the 9000‐6000 cm−1 region. The other band in the 12 000‐9000 cm−1 region is assigned to a foot of the charge-transfer (CT) band of Fe2O3. The Co(II) band contains three component bands that are characteristic of a spinel structure. A shoulder arising from (A1-x B x )Th(A x B2-x )OhO4 (A≡Co, Mg, B≡Fe, Al; inverse spinel structure) emerges near 5900 cm−1 in the spectra of Pigments A calcined in the temperature range of 700‐900 °C, indicating that the Pigments A calcined in this temperature range assume an inverse spinel structure. When the calcination temperature is above 1000 °C, the final product, HRGB, is produced. This is confirmed from the fact that HRGB shows peaks characteristic of a spinel structure that have different wavenumbers from those of the corresponding peaks of Pigments A. Wide-angle X-ray diffraction (WAXD) patterns were also measured for HRGB, Pigments A, and their components. Based on the NIR and WAXD data we investigated calcination-temperature‐dependent crystal structural changes of the components. We also developed partial least squares (PLS) calibration models for the 9000‐6000 cm−1 region of the NIR spectra of HRGB and Pigments A. The score plot of latent variable (LV) 2 of the calibration model for calcination temperature demonstrates clearly the existence of an intermediate of the calcination reaction, which may be (A1-x B x )Th(A x B2-x )OhO4 (A≡Co, Mg, B≡Fe, Al).

Keywords: Calcination reaction; Electronic spectroscopy; NIR Spectroscopy; Near-infrared spectroscopy; PLS; Partial least squares; Spinel; d-d transition

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1366/11-06428

Affiliations: School of Science and Technology, Kwansei Gakuin University, 2-1 Gakuen, Sanda, Hyogo 669-1337, Japan

Publication date: June 1, 2012

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