The Dy-Ho doped Mn-Zn Ferrite nanoparticles have been synthesized by solution combustion method using mixture of fuels as glucose and urea. The synthesized samples of structural properties were characterized through XRD (X-ray diffraction) and dielectric properties were studied through impedance analyzer. The XRD patterns of all samples confirms the spinel cubic structure having space group Fd3m. Further all synthesized samples reveal the single-phase formation without any secondary phase. The lattice parameters and hopping lengths were increases with increase of Dy-Ho concentration. SEM micrographs shows the porous nature for all samples. The crystallite size increases with increase of Dy-Ho concentration. The Dielectric properties of all the samples were explained by using Koop’s phenomenological theory. The real part of dielectric constant, imaginary part of dielectric constant and dielectric loss tangent were decreases with increase of frequency. Th AC conductivity increases with increase of frequency. The real part of impedance spectra decreases with increase of frequency for all samples. The Cole-Cole plots shows the one semicircle for all samples. The high ac conductivity and low dielectric loss observed for all samples at high frequency region and this samples are reasonable for power transformer applications at high frequencies.
Part of the book: Ferrites