Abstract :

Nowadays, ceramic magnets are produced artificially under precisely managed sintering and compositional circumstances. As a result, copper doped cobalt ferrites with the general chemical formula CuxCo(1-x)Fe2O4 (x=0.0, 0.4, and 1.0) were made using the standard ceramic method under varied sintering conditions using AR grade oxides. The formation of a single-phase spinel structure is demonstrated by X-ray diffraction. The morphological investigation, which indicates that densification, causes grains to develop and the magnetic characteristics, which suggest that lower sintering temperatures cause increase in magnetization, were carried out as part of the characterization processes.