Sol-Gel Synthesis of Highly Stable Nano Sized MgO from Magnesium Oxalate Dihydrate

  title={Sol-Gel Synthesis of Highly Stable Nano Sized MgO from Magnesium Oxalate Dihydrate},
  author={Mohd Sufri Mastuli and Rusdi Roshidah and Annie Maria Mahat and Nor Kamilah Saat and Norlida Kamarulzaman},
  journal={Advanced Materials Research},
  pages={137 - 142}
A sol-gel method was used to synthesize a highly stable form of MgO from magnesium oxalate dihydrate. The sol-gel products were characterized using simultaneous thermogravimetric analysis (STA), X-ray diffraction (XRD), field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM) and UV-Visible light spectroscopy (UV-Vis). From the XRD analysis, all the MgO samples showed a single face-centered cubic phase. FESEM micrographs showed a crystallite size ranging from 10 nm to 59 nm. The size of the MgO… 

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