Paper Titles in Periodical
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy
Volume 57
Subscribe

Subscribe to our Newsletter and get informed about new publication regulary and special discounts for subscribers!

ILCPA > Volume 57 > Surface Analysis and Roughness Parameters of...
< Back to Volume

Surface Analysis and Roughness Parameters of Copper Metallic

Full Text PDF

Abstract:

The level of copper (Cu) distribution in the hard alloy depends little on powder material hardness although the other mechanical properties of the materials and the crystal structure of copper is face centered cubic (FCC). A discussion about simple and low cost preparation of copper powder by (Mini Mill 2 Panalytical) and preparation of the sample was rotating at 5 min and in the case of grinding of samples at high speed 300 rpm. The surface morphology of copper metallic powder was determined with Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) (Model: NTMDT Solver Nano.). The characterization of surface topographyand surface measurement determines surface topography and surface measurement copper includes roughness parameter. X-ray fluorescence analysis is a powerful analytical tool for the determination of almost all the elements present in a sample. The spectra obtained were analyzed using a X-ray fluorescence (XRF) (Model: Rigaku-NEX CG). Each element emits a unique spectrum of X-rays characteristic of that element. From the spectra obtained, there was the element to be present in the sample was copper (Cu).

Info:

Periodical:
International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy (Volume 57)
Pages:
66-71
Citation:
H. D. Omar, "Surface Analysis and Roughness Parameters of Copper Metallic", International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, Vol. 57, pp. 66-71, 2015
Online since:
August 2015
Export:
Distribution:
References:

Kenji SAKURAIand Hiromi EBA, X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis with a Johansson-type Spectrometer, National Research Institute for Metals, 1-2-1, Sengen, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0047, Japan, 26 November (1998).

Selma M. H. Al-Jawad, Determined the parameters effected on sensitivity and lower limit detection of XRF-WDS for different metals particles suspended in engine oil, Determined the parameters effected on sensitivity and lower limit detection of XRF-WDS for different metals particles suspended in engine oil, Journal of Kirkuk University - Scientific Studies, vol. 4, No. 1, (2009).

Clark, D. and Mark, B., Determinin trace element in Water using Microsample X-ray analysis, pp.90-97 (2000).

Eugene,B., Principles and Practice of X-ray Spectrometric Analysis, Second Edition, Plenum Press NewYork (1975).

Ron,J., Chemical analysis - X-ray fluorescence spectrometry Publishers, John Wiley and Sons, NewYork (1988).

Robert, R. w., X -ray methods for monitoring machinery. Proceedings of the 45th Annual Denver X-ray Conference publication in advances in X-ray analysis, Vol. 40, (1996).

Kenji SAKURAIand Hiromi EBA, X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis with a Johansson-type Spectrometer, National Research Institute for Metals, 1-2-1, Sengen, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0047, Japan, 26 November (1998).

B. D. Cullity and S. R. Stock, Elements of X-Ray Diffraction, Associate Professor of Metallurgy in University of Notre Dame, (1978).

Charles Kittel, Introduction to Solid State Physics(ISBN 047141526X) Wiley, 8th Edition, (2004).

Fairuz M. N, Bauk S. and Suzana M. I., XRF study on some Indian Mackerel samples, IJBAS IJENS Vol: 12 No: 03, June (2012).

Viktor Hauk, Nin-destructive methods of measurement of residual stresses, Imtitut fiir, Rhei~zisch-Wesfilische Technische Hochschule Aachen, D-5100 Aachen, FRG, advances in surf. Treatments vol. 3, 87120.

Bradner D. Wheeler, analysis of limestones and dolomites by X-ray fluorescence, The Rigaku Journal, Rigaku/USA, 199 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA 01923, USA, Vol. 16/ number 1/ (1999).

Alan Lawley, International Journal of Powder Metallurgy - Focus Issue: Precious Metals, Platinum Metals Rev., 54, (2), 122-124, (2010).

T Machleidt, E Sparrer, D Kapusi and K-H Franke, Deconvolution of Kelvin probe force microscopy measurements-methodology and application, measurement science and technology, 20 (2009) 084017 (6pp).

R. Saravanan, M. Prema Rani, Metal and Alloy Bonding - An Experimental Analysis: Charge Density in Metals and Alloys, springer, September 20, (2011).

Halo Dalshad Omar, To Investigation the Structure and Morphology of Iron Metallic by Difference Techniques, Department of Physics, School of Science, University of Koya, J. Nano. Adv. Mat. 3, No. 2, 57-61, (2015).

I. N. Svinolobova, P. N. Ostrik, and A. N. Kovzik, Properties of iron-copper master alloy powder, Powder Metallurgy and Metal Ceramics, Vol. 36, Nos. 11-12, (1997).

R.A. Flinn, Copper, brass and bronze Castings, Non-Ferrous Founders' Society, Inc., Cleveland, (1961).

Mohammad Ghaffar Faraj, Effect of Thickness on the Structural and Electrical Properties of Spray Pyrolysed Lead Sulfide Thin Films, American Journal of Condensed Matter Physics 2015, 5(2): 51-55.

M. Raposo, Q. Ferreira andP.A. Ribeiro, A Guide for Atomic Force Microscopy Analysis of SoftCondensed atter, éndez-Vi as and íaz ( ds ) (2007).

Wilson, R.A., & Bullen, H. A., Analytical Sciences Digital Library, (2007).

Muhammad Azam, Mirza Jahanzaib, Ahmad Wasim, Salman Hussain, Surface roughness modeling using RSM for HSLA steel by coated carbide tools, May 2015, Volume 78, Issue 5-8, pp.1031-1041.

Yoshiharu Namba, Jin Yu, Jean M. Bennett, and Koujun Yamashita, Modeling and measurements of atomic surface roughness, Vol. 39, Issue 16, (2000).

Show More Hide
Cited By:
This article has no citations.