Structural, magnetic and gas sensing properties of nanosized copper ferrite powder synthesized by sol gel combustion technique

@inproceedings{Sumangala2016StructuralMA,
  title={Structural, magnetic and gas sensing properties of nanosized copper ferrite powder synthesized by sol gel combustion technique},
  author={T. P. Sumangala and C. Mahender and Antoine Barnab{\'e} and Narayanan Venkataramani and Shiva Prasad},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Stoichiometric nano sized copper ferrite particles were synthesized by sol gel combustion technique. They were then calcined at various temperatures ranging from 300–800 °C and were either furnace cooled or quenched in liquid nitrogen. A high magnetisation value of 48.2 emu/g signifying the cubic phase of copper ferrite, was obtained for sample quenched to liquid nitrogen temperature from 800 °C. The ethanol sensing response of the samples was studied and a maximum of 86% response was… CONTINUE READING