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8) Ba(OH)2 + M2 (Tix Mn1–x )O3 → Ba(Tix Mn1–x )O3 + 2MOH. 2 Spinel Ferromagnetic spinel structured complex oxide is chosen as an example to demonstrate the extensive applicability of the CHM method. 5 mmol each was used as the source material for providing Fe2+ and Fe3+ cations at the desired atomic ratio. Synthesis temperature and time were 200◦ C and 72 hours, respectively. XRD and EDS show that the product is cubic Fe3 O4 (JCPDS 89-3854) (Fig. 17a and inset in Fig. 17b). In the product, most particles are nanocubes about 250 nm in sizes, and nanocuboids about 250 nm in short sides and 300–400 nm in long sides.
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E). A Fe3 O4 cuboids and (f) its diffraction pattern. (g). XRD pattern of CoFe2 O4 nanobelts. (h) Morphology of the nanobelts and the corresponding EDS spectrum (inset) showing the presence of Co, Fe and O. The Si signal came from the TEM grid and holder. (i) A single-crystal nanobelt growing along  and (j) its electron diffraction pattern. (k) A nanobelt growing along  and (l) its electron diffraction pattern.  supported by EDS microanalysis (inset in Fig. 17h). The morphology of CoFe2 O4 is nanobelts with about 20–40 nm in thickness, 150–250 in width, and more than 20 m in length (Fig.