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Preparation of monodispersed, spherical ferric oxide particles by hydrolysis of metal alkoxides using a continuous tube-type reactor

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An apparatus for the continuous production of monodispersed, spherical ferric oxide particles was designed. The apparatus consisted of two starting solution reservoirs, a feeder, a mixer and a Teflon reaction vessel. Monodispersed, spherical ferric oxide particles were prepared from the hydrolysis of Fe(OC4H9)3 in an octanol/acetonitrile solution. The influences of experimental factors such as reactant concentration, reaction time and temperature, flow rate, and type of mixer on the formation of monodispersed particles were investigated. Monodispersed ferric oxide particles can be produced reproducibly by this technique.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Fukui University, 9-1 Bunkyo 3, Fukui-shi, Fukui-ken 910, Japan; 2: Onoda Cement Co., Ltd, 4-2 Osaku 2, Sakura-shi, Chiba-ken 285, Japan; 3: Nippon Soda Co., Ltd, 2-1 Ohtemachi 2, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100, Japan


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