Structural, Optical and Mechanical Properties of Pure and Pb2+Doped L-Threonine Manganese Acetate Single Crystals
N. Imthiyas Ahamed1, D. Benny Anburaj2, G. Nedunchezhian3
1N. Imthiyas Ahamed, PG & Research Department of Physics, Thiru. Vi. Ka. Govt. Arts College, Tiruvarur – 610 003. Affiliated to Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli – 24, Tamil Nadu, India
2D. Benny Anburaj, PG & Research Department of Physics, D.G. Govt. Arts College, Mayiladuthurai – 609 001, Tamil Nadu, India
3G. Nedunchezhian, PG & Research Department of Physics, Thiru. Vi.Ka.Govt.Arts College, Tiruvarur-610003, Tamil Nadu, India.
Manuscript received on 21 March 2021 | Revised Manuscript received on 03 April 2021 | Manuscript Accepted on 15 April 2021 | Manuscript published on 30 April 2021 | PP: 20-25 | Volume-1 Issue-1, April 2021 | Retrieval Number:100.1/ijap.A1006101121
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Abstract: Single crystals of Pure L-Threonine manganese acetate (LTMA) and Lead (Pb2+) doped LTMA have been grown by the slow evaporation method grown successfully by slow evaporation method at 300C Temperature. Single crystal XRD study determines the crystal system and unit cell parameters, and it carried out volume variations. Powder XRD pattern confirm that there is change in the lattice points of pure and doped material. The prominent peaks confirm the positions of lattice points and crystal planes. EDAX analysis qualitatively ignored that the presence of Chemical composition in both crystals. The active functional groups of the crystal points are analyzed by FTIR spectrum. Optical property of the crystal studied by UV-Vis-NIR, shows that transmittance in the range of 267-1100 nm for pure LTMA and 200 -1100 nm for Pb2+ doped LTMA and energy band gaps also determined. The Hardness of the both crystals is studied by Vicker’s Micro hardness analysis.
Keywords: Single crystal XRD study, Optical property, EDAX analysis, Mechanical property.