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Ceramic Materials Type Scheelite: Properties and its Relations with Morphology and Dimension


Advanced ceramic materials having properties for use in optical, electrical devices, catalysts, sensors, among other, are of great interest in research because these characteristics are necessary in multifunctional materials.Furthermore, recent studies demonstrate the strong dependence of the properties with the morphology and the particle size of ceramic materials. Gas sensor to SO2 and H2, based in SrMoO4, is more sensitive when employing the nanometric materials compared to micrometer.Research about process of formation of nanostructured compounds and with uniform morphology is required. For the advancement of science and technology, it are required the studies about the relation between the properties of the material and the synthesis methodology utilized in your manufacture and their possible technological applications. Therefore, it is in this way that the research project is directed.In general it is intended with the proposition of this project, which is continuity and deepening of previous research project, synthesize and characterize ceramic compounds of nanoscale structures in the form of powders and thin films, pure and hybrids with morphology control and homogeneity. Pure and doped ceramic compounds will be obtained using approximations of template-directed method via hydrothermal treatment assisted by microwave and complex polymerization method. The class of primary interest is the crystal-like structures "scheelite". The properties and possible applications will be investigated so that they can meet the needs of the consumer market in a short future. (AU)

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SANTOS FELDHAUS, CARLA MARINA; KUNZEL, ROSELI; LI, MAXIMO SIU; DE AZEVEDO MARQUES, ANA PAULA. The role of the Tm3+ concentration on CaMoO4 properties processed by microwave hydrothermal under stirring condition. Journal of the American Ceramic Society, v. 104, n. 10, p. 5192-5204, OCT 2021. Web of Science Citations: 0.
KUNZEL, ROSELI; UMISEDO, NANCY K.; OKUNO, EMICO; YOSHIMURA, ELISABETH MATEUS; DE AZEVEDO MARQUES, ANA PAULA. Effects of microwave-assisted hydrothermal treatment and beta particles irradiation on the thermoluminescence and optically stimulated luminescence of SrMoO(4 )powders. CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, v. 46, n. 10, A, p. 15018-15026, JUL 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.
KUNZEL, ROSELI; LATINI, RENATO MAZIN; UMISEDO, NANCY K.; YOSHIMURA, ELIZABETH MATEUS; OKUNO, EMICO; COURROL, LILIA CORONATO; DE AZEVEDO MARQUES, ANA PAULA. Effects of beta particles irradiation and thermal treatment on the traps levels structure and luminescent properties of BaMoO4 phosphor. CERAMICS INTERNATIONAL, v. 45, n. 6, p. 7811-7820, APR 15 2019. Web of Science Citations: 1.
DE AZEVEDO MARQUES, ANA PAULA; KUNZEL, ROSELI; UMISEDO, NANCY K.; LATINI, RENATO MAZIN; YOSHIMURA, ELIZABETH MATEUS; OKUNO, EMICO. Tm3+ doped barium molybdate: A potential long-lasting blue phosphor. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, v. 735, p. 707-717, FEB 25 2018. Web of Science Citations: 5.

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