Kajian Perubahan Struktur Kristal dan Konduktivitas Listrik Akibat Penambahan Variasi Dopan pada Bahan ZrO2

  • Budiana Budiana Politeknik Negeri Batam
  • F. Fitriana Institut Teknologi Sepuluh November
  • Nadhrah Wivanius Politeknik Negeri Batam
  • Widya Rika Puspita Politeknik Negeri Batam
  • Fitriyanti Nakul Politeknik Negeri Batam
Keywords: Cubik, monoklinik, Vesta, Structure, Tetragonal

Abstract

ZrO2 merupakan bahan keramik yang memiliki banyak struktur (Polimorpi). Struktur yang dimiliki oleh ZrO2 terdiri dari struktur monoklinik yang stabil pada temperatur ruang, tetragonal dan kubik. Metode penelitian pada penulisan jurnal ini menggunakan teknik review dari beberapa peneliti yang telah melakukan kajian secara intensif dengan berbagai variasi metode yang telah dilakukan. Selain dari itu, penyusunan jurnal ini dilengkapi dengan penggunaan software Vesta yang terintegrasi dengan data-data kristalografi yang tersedia pada laman crystallography.net/cod/ sehigga dapat memberikan simulasi atas pemberian dopan yang diberikan pada ZrO2. Berdasarkan kajian yang telah dilakukan, penambahan variasi dopan  yang diberikan pada ZrO2 mengakibatkan ZrO2 kubik dan tetragonal stabil pada temperatur ruang dan terjadi perubahan nilai konduktivitas listrik akibat adanya kehadiran vakansi oksigen yang terbentuk dari adanya pemberian dopan yang diberkan.  Perubahan nilai konduktivitas listrik tergantung dari jenis dan konsentrasi dopan yang diberikan.

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