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Effect of triethanolamine on the pyrolysis of metal-propionate-based solutions

The effect of triethanolamine (TEA) on single‐salt propionate‐based solutions used to prepare YBa2Cu3O7‐∂ (YBCO) has been studied through thermal analysis, for film and powder samples. Decomposition has been followed by thermogravimetry (TG) coupled to differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and evolved gas analysis (EGA‐MS and TG‐FTIR), while chemical characterization has been carried out by FTIR, XRD and EA. The addition of TEA has little effect on the decomposition of Ba‐Prop‐Ac. Conversely, the thermal behavior of CuProp2 and YProp3 film with TEA becomes more gradual and less affected by a change of atmosphere than the TEA‐free case. This is explained by the fact that the decomposition mechanism is driven by the formation of an ester between the propionate groups and the TEA’s OH groups, which is promoted by inert atmospheres and temperatures above 200°C. Just as the single salt precursors, the Ba and Y films show residual organic material at 500°C in thick films decomposed in O2

This work was funded by Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (grant numbers RTI2018‐095853‐B‐C21 and RTI2018‐095853‐B‐C22), by the Center of Excellence Severo Ochoa (SEV‐2015‐0496), the Generalitat of Catalunya (2017‐SGR‐1519). It was also supported by the European Union through the projects Eurotapes (EU‐FP7 NMP‐LA‐2012‐280432) and Ultrasupertape (ERC ADG‐2014‐669504). S.R. wishes to thank the University of Girona for the IF‐ UdG PhD grant

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Author: Rasi, Silvia
Ricart, Susagna
Obradors, Xavier
Puig, Teresa
Roura Grabulosa, Pere
Farjas Silva, Jordi
Date: 2020 February 15
Abstract: The effect of triethanolamine (TEA) on single‐salt propionate‐based solutions used to prepare YBa2Cu3O7‐∂ (YBCO) has been studied through thermal analysis, for film and powder samples. Decomposition has been followed by thermogravimetry (TG) coupled to differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and evolved gas analysis (EGA‐MS and TG‐FTIR), while chemical characterization has been carried out by FTIR, XRD and EA. The addition of TEA has little effect on the decomposition of Ba‐Prop‐Ac. Conversely, the thermal behavior of CuProp2 and YProp3 film with TEA becomes more gradual and less affected by a change of atmosphere than the TEA‐free case. This is explained by the fact that the decomposition mechanism is driven by the formation of an ester between the propionate groups and the TEA’s OH groups, which is promoted by inert atmospheres and temperatures above 200°C. Just as the single salt precursors, the Ba and Y films show residual organic material at 500°C in thick films decomposed in O2
This work was funded by Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (grant numbers RTI2018‐095853‐B‐C21 and RTI2018‐095853‐B‐C22), by the Center of Excellence Severo Ochoa (SEV‐2015‐0496), the Generalitat of Catalunya (2017‐SGR‐1519). It was also supported by the European Union through the projects Eurotapes (EU‐FP7 NMP‐LA‐2012‐280432) and Ultrasupertape (ERC ADG‐2014‐669504). S.R. wishes to thank the University of Girona for the IF‐ UdG PhD grant
Document access: http://hdl.handle.net/2072/372261
Language: eng
Publisher: Elsevier
Rights: Tots els drets reservats
Subject: Anàlisi tèrmica
Piròlisi
Thermal analysis
Pyrolysis
Title: Effect of triethanolamine on the pyrolysis of metal-propionate-based solutions
Type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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