D. V. Leybo, D. V. Kuznetsov, D. S. Muratov, A. G. Yudin
and structure study of dispersed nickel-molybdenum powders produced by
powders produced by ultrasonic
spray pyrolysis and chemical deposition are comparing in this study. Specimens were
investigated by low-temperature nitrogen adsorption, x-ray diffraction, x-ray fluorescence, scanning and transmission electron
microscopy methods. It was shown that the composition of the two-phase
material, produced by ultrasonic spray pyrolysis method, is easy to control.
Powders have spherical shape and high specific surface area.
Key words: Nanoparticles, nickel, molybdenum, chemical
deposition, ultrasonic spray pyrolysis.
Copyright (C) Chemistry Dept., Moscow State University, 2002