Bimetallic alkoxides of barium and zirconium: Preparation of BaZrO3 powder
Complex formation in solutions of barium and zirconium alkoxides in ROH (R=i-Pr, Et) was studied. A number of bimetallic complexes were isolated, and their structure and properties were studied. The sol-gel method yields a single-phase BaZrO3 powder only wheni-PrOH solutions of the alkoxides are used. In this case, the oxocomplex, BaZrO(OPr-i)4.(1–2)i-PrOH, is the precursor of the mixed oxide.
Keywordsalkoxides sol-gel method
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