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Enhanced magnetoelectric effect in core-shell particulate composites
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9.Lower temperature would result in an incomplete reaction and further heating would be required, thus resulting in particle growth. By the other side, higher temperature would induce the oxidation of iron, thus obtaining a precipitate before the reaction takes place.
10.Drying temperature under will not affect particle size or crystalline structure.
11.L. Fuentes, Introducción al Método de Rietveld (Sociedad Mexicana de Cristalografía, México, D. F., 2004).
12.These low temperature and reduced time allow the formation of the core-shell nanocomposite without diffusion between the phases.
13.To achieve highly dense samples.
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