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95° were found in RTXRD pattern of BT6 and BT7 (Figure 5), indicating a cubic phase. The crystallite sizes of BT6 and BT7 are 50 ± 2 nm and 53+2 nm, respectively, similar to BT2. 1 -• 1— ' 1 ■ 1 —-,— t BT7 ^ 1 1 J_ A A BT6 C 0) ^_J_J_ u_JL_ 1 BT2 1 20 1 30 _ 1 1. , I ■ . JL_ 1 40 50 26, degree 60 70 80 Figure 5. Comparison of RTXRD patterns of BT2 (BaCl2 and TiCl4), BT6 (BaCl2 and Ti(OC2H5)4), and BT7 (BaAc2 and TiCL,) powders The morphology of BT6 and BT7 shown in Figure 6 is different from the morphology of BT2 shown in Figure 2(b).
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