Electrical conduction and dielectric properties of doped iron/poly(aniline-co-o-anthranilic acid) copolymer and production of magnetite-hematite nanoparticles based on composites as precursor
Nano-sized iron oxides face-centered cubic (Fe3O4) and rhombohedral (α-Fe2O3) have been successfully prepared by thermal decomposition of ferric ion doped poly aniline-co-o-anthranilic acid (PANAA). Ferric ion doped PANAA was synthesized by oxidative chemical polymerization of aniline and o-anthranilic acid monomers. Iron oxides have been characterized by XRD and SEM. Nanoparticles size of mixed iron oxides was in the range of 3–6 nm. The XRD analysis revealed a broad pattern of FCC and cubic crystal structure of iron oxide. FTIR, UVVisible spectra measurements and TGA as well as the conductivity of pure copolymer and copolymers/iron(III) composites have been studied.
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Publication date: October 1, 2016
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