Synthesis and characterization of Zinc-Doped Copper Chromites by sol gel method
Keywords:spinel, chromites, sol gel technique
Various preparation and application methods of copper chromites catalyst have recently been extensively discussed. According to all discussions, copper chromites is a versatile catalyst that not only catalyses many processes of national programmed and commercial importance, all of which are related to defense and space research, but also finds a lot of application in the most concerned worldwide, such as environmental pollution control. Copper chromites catalysts have many useful applications in the production of drugs, clean energy, and agro chemicals. Different synthesis methods are presented to prepare doped Zinc Copper chromites, demonstrating a clear understanding of the dependence of catalytic activity. This sample was created using a simple, eco-friendly sol gel method and characterized using various techniques such as EDS, SEM, UV, Raman spectroscopy, and Photoluminescence. Several parameters influence sample techniques. This sample was sintered in a furnace at 750°C for 4 hours. Zinc was successfully doped in copper chromites and emerged completely, according to EDS.