Process Engineering and Advanced Materials 2012 by Lukman Ismail, Khairun Azizi Azizli, Thanabalan Murugesan,

By Lukman Ismail, Khairun Azizi Azizli, Thanabalan Murugesan, Saibal Ganguly, Yoshimitsu Uemura

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7° of 2θ respectively [13]. Comparing the width and intensity of the peaks, the spectra show no significant difference as the percentage of water content increases. According to Y. Leng [15], the peak width is the result of the size of the crystals. This implies that the nanocrystallite size and crystallinity of the prepared samples were not much affected by the percentage of the water content added during hydrolysis process. Hence, using Scherer formula Eq. (1) and XRD line broadening, the crystallite size, d was estimated to validate the hypothesis.

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