Ceramic-based quaternary II−VI materials have attracted much interests because their constituent elements have important characteristics, high characteristics of structure and optic applicable for digital recording heads, telecommunications, transformers, computers, sensors, photovoltaics, antibacterial and others. The MgZnFe2O3, CoZnFe2O3 and NiZnFe2O3 quaternary alloys nanoparticles are tetrahedral materials of chalcopyrite structure. They have been prepared by green technique; their structural properties are varied as atomic number varies. Due to limited or unavailability resources of the mentioned quaternary alloys nanoparticles, the cost is a challenge. However, green synthesis has reduced their cost.
Audience Take Away:
- Learn more about alloys nanoparticles
- Take more knowledge for optoelectronic application
- Distinguish between toxic and non-toxic nanoparticles