Hierarchical Fe3O4 architectures assembled with porous nanoplates (p-Fe3O4) were synthesized. Due to the strong shape anisotropy of the nanoplates, the p-Fe3O4 exhibits increased microwave resonance towards high frequency range. The improved microwave absorption properties of the p-Fe3O4, including dielectric loss and magnetic loss, are attributed to the enhanced electric polarization and interfacial polarization induced by oxygen vacancies and high surface area.
- Crystal growth
- Microwave absorbing materials
- Porous nanostructures
Wang, X., Liu, Y., Han, H., Mølhave, K., & Sun, H. (2017). Enhanced high-frequency microwave absorption of Fe3O4 architectures based on porous nanoflake. Ceramics International, 43(17), 16013-16017. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ceramint.2017.08.111