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After 3 hours the M0O3 had completely dissolved and the reaction mixture was allowed to cool to room temperature. 66 g. 99%). XRD analysis revealed that the product was amorphous. 42%. 52%. IR (KBr pellet, cm"1) 3442 (m, br), 1578 (s), 1418 (s), 1325 (s), 1264 (s), 1119 (s), 1034 (s), 926 (m), 890 (m), 799 (w), 636 (s). RESULTS AND DISCUSSION Gluconic acid, is a very inexpensive, non-toxic, carboxylic acid derived from oxidation of glucose. It has a highly hydroxylated backbone(Figure 1 ) that makes it capable of conferring significant water solubility on metal carboxylate salts.
The knowledge obtained from this examination of the deposition mechanism enabled us to deposit BaTiOj AD film on an FR-4 substrate using nano-particles that had high surface activity. The density of AD film depends on what type of carrier gas is used. ) is more than twice that of the velocity speed in other gases such as N2 (353 m/sec) and O2 (330 m/sec) gases. Figure 6 shows the microstructure and a schematic model of BaTiC>3 AD film deposited in (a) He and (b) O2. When He was used as the carrier gas, large pores and large particles greater than 200 nm could be seen.
Johnsson and P. Nanni, "Grain-size Effect on the Ferroelectric Behavior of Dense Nanocrystalline BaTi0 3 Ceramics," Phys. Rev. B, 70,024107 (2004). 9 S. Wada, M. Narahara, T. Hoshina, H. Kakemoto and T. Tsurumi, "Preparation of nm-sized BaTi03 Fine Particles Using a New 2-step Thermal Decomposition of Barium Titanyl Oxalates," J. Mater. , 38,2655-2660 (2003). 10 S. Wada, T. Hoshina, H. -M. Nam, H. Kakemoto and T. Tsurumi, "Preparation of nm-sized BaTiC>3 Crystallites by The 2-step Thermal Decomposition of Barium Titanyl Oxalate and Their Dielectric Properties," Key Eng.