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Preparation of Porous Fe from Biomorphic Fe2O3 Precursors with Wood Templates

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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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hal-02281574 , version 1 (09-09-2019)

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Zhaoting Liu, Tongxiang Fan, Jiajun Gu, Di Zhang, Xiao-Lu Gong, et al.. Preparation of Porous Fe from Biomorphic Fe2O3 Precursors with Wood Templates. Materials Transactions, 2007, 48 (4), pp.878-881. ⟨10.2320/matertrans.48.878⟩. ⟨hal-02281574⟩

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