Effects of the geometry factor on the reflection loss characteristics of the modified lanthanum manganite

Wisnu Ari Adi, Yosef Sarwanto, Yana Taryana, Bambang Soegijono

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The synthesis and characterization of modified lanthanum manganite materials by using mechanical milling technique have been performed. This magnetic material is prepared by oxides, namely lanthanum oxide, barium carbonate, iron oxide, titanium dioxide, and manganese carbonate. The mixture was milled for 10h, compacted at 5000 psi into pellets with three kinds of different thickness (d = 1.5, 2.0 and 4.0 mm, respectively) and then sintered at temperature of 1000 °C for 10h. The refinement results of x-ray diffraction pattern showed that the sample is single phase. The sample had composition in accordance to stochiometry composition. The geometry factor consists of the particle morphology observed using scanning electron microscope and thickness measured millimeter device. The microstructure analyses shows that the particle shapes was aggregates with the particle sizes distributed homogeneously on the surface of the sample. The results of the microwave absorption indicated that there were three of absorption peak frequency at 9.9 GHz, 12.0 GHz, and 14.1 GHz. The microwave absorption of the sample increases with increasing thickness of absorption area. We concluded that the increasing thickness of absorption region resulted new resonance frequencies, and the new resonance frequencies are joined to each other to form a wider resonance frequency and it is known as a broadband absorber. The first section in your paper.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012028
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 20 Sep 2018
Event9th Seminar on Magnetic Materials, SMM 2015 - Palembang, South Sumatera, Indonesia
Duration: 19 Oct 201521 Oct 2015


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