Preparation of Porous Fe from Biomorphic Fe2O3 Precursors with Wood Templates

Abstract : Porous iron with woodlike microstructures was prepared from two kinds of wood templates through a developed biotemplating method in the present work. The biomorphic iron oxide was first produced through infiltration and sintering procedures, and was then reduced to the biomorphic iron in a hydrogen atmosphere at high temperatures (600°C and 1000°C). The morphologies of iron and iron oxide products were observed using SEM and FESEM, and their crystal structures were identified using X-ray diffraction. The results indicate that the pure iron phase can be obtained after the reduction process and the products faithfully retained the microstructures of the corresponding wood templates.
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Zhaoting Liu, Tongxiang Fan, Jiajun Gu, Di Zhang, Xiaolu Gong, et al.. Preparation of Porous Fe from Biomorphic Fe2O3 Precursors with Wood Templates. Materials Transactions, Nihon Kinzoku Gakkai, 2007, 48 (4), pp.878-881. ⟨10.2320/matertrans.48.878⟩. ⟨hal-02281574⟩

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