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J. Korean Ceram. Soc. > Volume 34(10); 1997 > Article
Journal of the Korean Ceramic Society 1997;34(10): 1083.
옥살산염법에 의한 (Bi, Pb)-2223계 초전도 분말 합성과 후막 제조
하성원, 김형태, 이응상
한양대학교 무기재료공학과
The Powder Synthesis of (Bi,Pb)-2223 System Superconductor by Oxalate Method and Thick Film Preparation
As one of the chemical powder fabrication methods, the powder preparation method by using oxalate has the following advantages; (1) easy to control the chemical stoichiometry, (2) easy to fabricate homogeneous and fine particles, and (3) easy to be thermaly decomposed at low temperature. In the present study, the initial morphology and size distribution of the powder were controlled and the homogeniaty was improved. By carefully controlling the pH with NH4OH, the Bi(Pb)-Sr-Cu-O superconducting powders were prepared and investigated for their properties. The microstructures and the superconducting properties of the pelletized samples were investigated. Also, the microstructures and electrical properties of the samples prepared by tape casting method were investigated. The fabricated powders were spherical with less than 400 nm, but most of them were agglomerated to be 1~3 ${mu}{textrm}{m}$ in size. The critical temperature of the pelletized sample annealed at 84$0^{circ}C$ for 72 hours in air was 110K. And the critical currents of annealed samples in air prepared by tape casting process for 24 hours and 72 hours were 0.6 A (Jc=600A/$textrm{cm}^2$) and 1.9A (Jc=1, 900A/$textrm{cm}^2$) respectively
Key words: Oxalate method, Bi(Pb)-Sr-Ca-Cu-O superconducting powder, Tape casting, Critical temperature$(T_c)$, Critical current$(J_c)$
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