Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/15484
Title: Microstructure and elemental composition of multicomponent systems based on silicon, titanium and zirconium oxides
Authors: Blinov, A. V.
Блинов, А. В.
Yasnaya, M. A.
Ясная, М. А.
Kravtsov, A. A.
Кравцов, А. А.
Gvozdenko, A. A.
Гвозденко, А. А.
Raffa, V. V.
Раффа, В. В.
Keywords: Zirconium oxides;Titanium oxides;Silicon oxides;Multicomponent systems
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: IOP Publishing Ltd
Citation: Blinov, A.V., Jasnaja, M.A., Kravtsov, A.A., Gvozdenko, A.A., Raffa, V.V. Microstructure and elemental composition of multicomponent systems based on silicon, titanium and zirconium oxides // IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. - 2021. - Volume 1029. - Issue 1. - Номер статьи 012060
Series/Report no.: IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering
Abstract: The paper presents the results of studying the microstructure and elemental composition of multicomponent systems based on silicon, titanium and zirconium dioxides. These systems are of great practical interest for the medical, food, and microbiological industries due to their unique optical, photocatalytic, and bactericidal properties. Studies have shown that multicomponent systems based on silicon, titanium, and zirconium dioxides obtained by the sol-gel method have an amorphous structure, while the samples exhibit a deviation from stoichiometry towards an increase in the oxygen content, which is explained by the presence of oxo-, hydroxo-, and aqua complexes. The structure and shape of multicomponent oxide particles are determined by the component that prevails in the system. The presence of additional components and possible chemical interactions between them determines the process of nucleation, which, in turn, affects the polydispersity of the obtained samples
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12258/15484
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