J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 16(1); 1979 > Article
 Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 1979;16(1): 3.
 Mn-Zn Ferrite의 소결조건이 미세조직 및 자기특성에 미치는 영향 홍순형, 변수일, 권오종 한국과학원 재료공학과 The Effect of Sintering Conditions on Microstructures and Magnetic Properties of Mn-Zn Ferrite ABSTRACT The effects of sintering temperature and sintering atmosphere on magnetic properties and microstructuresof Mn-Zn ferrites have been studied. Mixture of 52.8mole% $Fe_2O_3$, 26.4mole% MnO, 15.1mole0% ZnO and 5.7mole% NiO was prepared, and 0.1mole% CaO, 0.02mole% $SiO_2$ were added as minor additives. After calcining and ball milling the powder was granulated for compacting. The specimens were sintered at $1, 250^{circ}$, $1, 300^{circ}$and 1, 35$0^{circ}C$ in the various atmosphere of $N_2$, $N^_2DIV0.6% O_2$, $N_2＋2.7% O_2$, $N_2＋4.1% O_2$, $N^2＋8.2% O_2$ and air for 3 hours and cooled in $N_2$ atmosphere. The grian growth rate and densities increase as sintering temperature and oxygen content of atmosphere increase. At the sintering temperature of $1, 250^{circ}C$ the initial permeabilities increase as oxygen content of atmosphere increase. At the sintering temperature of$1, 300^{circ}$and $1, 350^{circ}$ the initial permeabilities show maximum values at $N_2＋4.1% O_2$ atmosphere. The secondary peaks of initial permeabilities are observed between 100$^{circ}$and 20$0^{circ}C$, and the positions of secondary peaks move to higher temperature as oxygen content of atmosphere increases. Q-factors decrease as sintering temperature increases and oxygen content of atmosphere decreases.
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