Synthesis and characterization of MgZnCo ternary mixed metal oxide by the sonochemical method for solid hydrogen storage


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Authors

  • Safia HARRAT Université Frère Mentouri Constantine
  • Mounir SAHLI Université Frère Mentouri Constantine 1
  • Abdelhakim SETTAR INSA Centre Val de Loir
  • Khaled CHETHOUNA INSA Centre Val de Loir

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59287/icaens.993

Keywords:

Nanostucture, Ternary Nanocomposites, Morphology, Hydrogen Storage

Abstract

In the present investigation, MgZnCo ternary nanocomposites were developed via a one-step sonochemical technique. The nanocomposite was characterized using structural and optical methods. The formation of different crystalline nanocomposite phases (MgO, ZnO, and Co3O4), and a binary phase (Mg-Zn) has been confirmed by X-ray diffraction. Also, it was indicated that varying of Co molar ratio had an impact on the average sizes of the nanoparticles. SEM showed octahedron-shaped nanoparticle morphology with different average sizes for the nanocomposites prepared. Photoluminescence analysis showed the presence of green and ultraviolet emissions, with green luminescence bands being most often observed. with the intention of discovering samples with suitable structural and optical properties for future solid hydrogen storage applications.

Author Biographies

Safia HARRAT, Université Frère Mentouri Constantine

 Ceramics laboratory Constantine - Algeria

Mounir SAHLI, Université Frère Mentouri Constantine 1

 Ceramics laboratory Constantine - Algeria

Abdelhakim SETTAR , INSA Centre Val de Loir

 PRISM laboratory EA 18000 Bourges – France

Khaled CHETHOUNA , INSA Centre Val de Loir

PRISM laboratory EA 18000 Bourges – France

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Published

2023-07-20

How to Cite

HARRAT, S., SAHLI, M., SETTAR , A., & CHETHOUNA , K. (2023). Synthesis and characterization of MgZnCo ternary mixed metal oxide by the sonochemical method for solid hydrogen storage. International Conference on Applied Engineering and Natural Sciences, 1(1), 204–210. https://doi.org/10.59287/icaens.993