TG–DTA curves of KHP crystals: a pure and b sodium-doped
The TG curve also shows a gradual mass loss and residual mass
obtained at 600 °C is only 51% (Fig. 5) and endothermic
peak is obtained in DTA for heavy doped KHP crystals at a little
bit higher temperature (320 °C) compared to the pure KHP
crystals (301 °C) [29, 30]. .
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