By Waqar Ahmed, Mark J Jackson
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27 are likely a mixture of titania in rutile and beta (R ϩ β) phases. 27 Microstructural evolution in the Henkel TiO2 thick ﬁlms/cp Ti heated in air at 1100°C for 2 h that shows textured growth of plate-like structure. 28 XRD patterns showing the systematic phase evolution in the Henkel TiO2 thick ﬁlms/cp Ti as a function of heat-treatment in the range of 700–1100°C. 29. However, the morphological features underwent drastic change when ﬁlms calcined at 1100°C for 2 h were soaked at 700°C for 6 h in a 5% H2/Ar mixture ﬂowing at a rate of 100sccm.
It was found that the rod-like MoO3 grains in the original mixture are regenerated as highly oriented thin platelets upon exposing the MZM ﬁlm to a gas mixture containing 1% CO at 450°C for 1h followed by natural cooling in air. It was also observed that as a result of this bulk redox reaction, the morphological features of the major phase (ZnMoO4) have undergone noticeable variation (from regular near-spherical grains to triclinic habits with well-deﬁned sharp edges) without any chemical degradation, which was veriﬁed from the EDS spectra collected in different pockets of the composite after subjecting it to the above-mentioned redox treatment.
First, the anatase modiﬁcation (ICDD# 21-1272) is retained in samples heated up to 900°C for 4 h, albeit with decreasing intensity as it is known to undergo irreversible transformation into the more stable rutile phase (ICDD# 21-1276) which increases in intensity gradually; there are no traces of anatase titania in samples ﬁred beyond 900°C. Second, the peaks belonging to cp Ti substrate that were present in the ﬁlm ﬁred at 700°C disappear in those heated at higher temperatures. This could be due to the grain growth, good adhesion and protective nature of the titania ﬁlm – all of which limit the access of oxygen to underlying metallic surface and 10 μm mitigate its exposure.