Original Articles: 2017 Vol: 9 Issue: 4
Effect of EDTA Doping on Uracil Crystals
Ethylenediamine teraacetic acid (EDTA) doped Uracil were grown by slow evaporation method at room temperature with double distilled water as solvent. The grown crystals have been subjected to spectroscopic and structural properties. FTIR analysis has been carried out to characterize the grown crystals. The range and percentage of optical transmission as well as absorption are determined by recording UV-Vis spectrum. From the UV data, Band gap determination is also carried out. Fluorescence spectra has also been carried out to characterize the grown crystals to study the absorption and emission spectra. The powder X-ray diffraction methods are used for identifying the structural parameters of grown crystals. The effect of the influence of dopant on the surface morphology of Uracil-EDTA crystal faces are analyzed by SEM Elemental composition were also confirmed by EDAX method.