Quantification by Powder X-ray Diffraction of Metal Oxides Segregation During Formation of Layered Double Hydroxides

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  •   A. Misol

  •   A. Jiménez

  •   A. Morato

  •   F. M. Labajos

  •   V. Rives

Abstract

A simple, easily applicable method is proposed to quantify the amount of ZnO segregated during synthesis and post-synthesis treatments of Zn-Al layered double hydroxides with the hydrotalcite structure. The method provides a feasible, easy, fast, and reliable way to get values for ZnO content, and the method can be extended to other compounds.


Keywords: Hydrotalcite, LDH, PXRD, ZnO

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Misol, A., Jiménez, A., Morato, A., Labajos, F.M. and Rives, V. 2020. Quantification by Powder X-ray Diffraction of Metal Oxides Segregation During Formation of Layered Double Hydroxides. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 5, 10 (Oct. 2020), 1243-1248. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2020.5.10.2192.