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The samples annealed at 1000 °C (Fig. 5d) exhibit the appearance of magnetoplumbite phase PbFe12O19 (ASTM code 84-2046) of hexagonal modification with space group P63/mmc (no. 194). The nucleation of this phase starts at a temperature about 900 °C and increases with an increase in annealing temperature. However, this phase is formed predominantly on the surface of the samples. After grinding off the surface layer of 2 The Effect of Mechanical Activation 21 Fig. 1 mm thick, no traces of this phase are observed in the diffraction patterns (Fig.