International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 11, Part J (2015)
Structural analysis of Iron Doped bismuth borate glasses/glass ceramics
All glasses found to share two common characteristics. No glass has a long range, periodic atomic arrangement. Crystalline nature of CFLBB1, CFLBB2 and CFLBB3 is due to presence of iron ions. Diffraction peaks originate from Fe3O4 at 2θ =35.915 35.394, 35.366 are observed in the XRD pattern. Fe4+ serves as a network modifier and Fe2O3 dominates over CoO in the present compositions. It is observed that intensity of all peaks, especially corresponding to (311) increases as the concentration of iron increases.
How to cite this article:
Aashi Mittal, S Khasa, MS Dahiya, Arti Yadav. Structural analysis of Iron Doped bismuth borate glasses/glass ceramics. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(11):697-700.