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The Effect of Core-Shell Structure on Microwave Absorption Properties of Graphite-Coated Magnetic Nanocapsules
Feng, Yang; Li, Da; Bai, Yu; Hua, An; Pan, Desheng; Li, Yong; Wang, Yu; He, Jun; Wang, Zhenhua; Zhang, Yajing; Liu, Wei; Zhang, Zhidong
2019-03-01
Source PublicationJOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS
ISSN0361-5235
Volume48Issue:3Pages:1429-1435
AbstractInterface polarization is one important factor in producing a good electromagnetic impedance match and enhancing the microwave-absorption properties of core/shell nanocomposites. However, the effect of the core-shell nanocapsules having insulating shells, and the polarization effect at interfaces of graphite-coated magnetic metallic nanoparticles, on the microwave absorption properties, are not clear. In this work, the microwave-absorption properties of magnetic nanocapsules with alpha-Fe/gamma-Fe(C)/Fe3C as cores and graphite as shells have been investigated in the frequency range 2-18GHz. Partial magnetic cores were removed by a similar to 19wt.% HCl solution from the as-prepared nanocapsules (A-nanocapsules), but the carbon shells were kept constant. Transmission electron microscopy confirms that hollow carbon nanocages are almost the same as the as-prepared shells, except for slight change in shape due to removing the cores. As a result, the complex permeability drops slightly, while the complex permittivity has an obvious increase, which can be ascribed to percolation effects due to the hollow carbon nanocages, rather than the interface polarization originating from the core/shell interfaces and interfaces between the core components of alpha-Fe, gamma-Fe(C) and Fe3C nanocrystals. The optimal reflection loss (RL) value of the A-nanocapsules reaches -27.6 dB at 16.2 GHz for a thickness of 2 mm. This study clarifies that the interface polarization effect in the A-nanocapsules is negligible in enhancing the complex permittivity and the synergetic effect of the magnetic loss of cores, and the dielectric loss of graphite shells is the dominant mechanism in attenuating microwaves.
KeywordMicrowave absorption mechanism impedance matching interface effect core/shell structure
Indexed BySCI
Language英语
WOS IDWOS:000457748600018
PublisherSPRINGER
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/81330
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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Feng, Yang,Li, Da,Bai, Yu,et al. The Effect of Core-Shell Structure on Microwave Absorption Properties of Graphite-Coated Magnetic Nanocapsules[J]. JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS,2019,48(3):1429-1435.
APA Feng, Yang.,Li, Da.,Bai, Yu.,Hua, An.,Pan, Desheng.,...&Zhang, Zhidong.(2019).The Effect of Core-Shell Structure on Microwave Absorption Properties of Graphite-Coated Magnetic Nanocapsules.JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS,48(3),1429-1435.
MLA Feng, Yang,et al."The Effect of Core-Shell Structure on Microwave Absorption Properties of Graphite-Coated Magnetic Nanocapsules".JOURNAL OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS 48.3(2019):1429-1435.
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