Zhurnal Radioelektroniki - Journal of Radio Electronics. eISSN 1684-1719. 2021. No. 1

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DOI https://doi.org/10.30898/1684-1719.2021.1.6

UDC 539.2


Three-dimensional composite nanomaterials based on opal matrixes for electronic devices

A. F. Belyanin1, A. S. Bagdasaryan2,3, S. A. Bagdasaryan4, E. R. Pavlyukova3

 1 Central Research and Technological Institute TEKHNOMASH, 4, Ivan Franko Str., Moscow, 121108, Russia

2 Radio Research and Development Institute, 16, Kazakova Str., Moscow, 105064, Russia

3 Kotelnikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of RAS, 11-7, Mokhovaya Str., Moscow, 125009, Russia

4 Scientific engineering center Technological developments of telecommunication and radio frequency identification, 4 (1), Malyi Sukharevskiy Per., Moscow, 127051, Russia


The paper was received on December 27, 2020


Abstract. The effect of preparation conditions on the composition and structure of three-dimensional composite nanomaterials based on opal matrixes (packing of spherical particles of amorphous SiO2) has been studied. The experimental part of the work was performed with the samples of opal matrixes with a diameter of spherical SiO2 particles equal ~260 nm. Composite nanomaterials were formed by repeatedly filling of opal matrixes with solutions of metal salts (oxides) and holding the samples at 623723 K, and after that, they were annealed at 9731473 K. Chemical reactions and phase transformations of substances in nanopores of opal matrixes depended on the annealing parameters, and chemical properties of intermediate compounds. There was confirmed the formation of SiO2 crystallites in nanopores of composite nanomaterials, as well as the products of their interaction with SiO2. Composite nanomaterials with filling of opal matrix nanopores with metals, ferroelectrics and piezoelectrics, multiferroic and other substances have been obtained. The resulting composite nanomaterials had ordered components (substances) with a given composition and crystallite size in the range of 1090 nm. The influence of the composition and structure of composite nanomaterials containing ferromagnetically ordered nanostructured magnetic orthovanadates of rare-earth metals, Ni-Zn-Fe-, Co-Zn-Fe-spinel, and also Co and Ni together, on their properties was demonstrated. Present research was executed under financial support by RFBR (Grant N 18-29-02076).

Key words: opal matrixes, composite nanomaterials, annealing, phase transformations, magnetic characteristics.


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Belyanin A.F., Bagdasaryan A.S., Bagdasaryan S.A., Pavlyukova E.R. Three-dimensional composite nanomaterials based on opal matrixes for electronic devices. Zhurnal Radioelektroniki [Journal of Radio Electronics]. 2021. No.1. https://doi.org/10.30898/1684-1719.2021.1.6 (In Russian)