عنوان مقاله [English]
Co-Mg-Ferrite single phase is synthesized using mechanical alloying method. XRD and SEM were used in characterizing the samples. XRD results illustrate that after 30 hours of milling and sintering at 700oC, single phase of Co-Mg-ferrite is produced. Increasing the sintering temperature from 700 to 1100oC resulted in improved magnetic properties. Paramagnetic properties in samples sintered below 1000oC are dominant while sintering at 1100oC produced a strongly ferromagnetic state giving a well-formed sigmoid-shape hysteresis loop.
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