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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Role Of Oxygen Vacancies In The Magnetic And Dielectric Properties Of The High-dielectric-constant System Cacu3 Ti4 O12: An Electron-spin Resonance Study
Author: Pires M.A.
Israel C.
Iwamoto W.
Urbano R.R.
Aguero O.
Torriani I.
Rettori C.
Pagliuso P.G.
Walmsley L.
Le Z.
Cohn J.L.
Oseroff S.B.
Abstract: We report experiments of electron spin resonance (ESR) of Cu2+ in polycrystalline samples of CaCu3 Ti4 O12 post-annealed in different atmospheres. After being synthesized by solid state reaction, pellets of CaCu3 Ti4 O12 were annealed for 24 h at 1000°C under air, Ar or O2. Our temperature dependent ESR data revealed for all samples nearly temperature independent g value (2.15(1)) and linewidth for T TN ≈25 K. However, the values of ESR linewidth are strongly affected by the oxygen content in the sample. For instance, argon post-annealed samples show a much larger linewidth than the O2 or air post-annealed samples. We attribute this broadening to an increase of the dipolar homogeneous broadening of the Cu2+ ESR lines due to the presence of oxygen vacancies which induce an S=1 2 spin inside the TiO6 octahedra. Correlation between a systematic dependence of the ESR linewidth on the oxygen content and the high dielectric constant of these materials is addressed. Also, ESR, magnetic susceptibility, and specific heat data for a single crystal of CaCu3 Ti4 O12 and for polycrystals of CdCu3 Ti4 O12 are reported. © 2006 The American Physical Society.
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Identifier DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.73.224404
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Date Issue: 2006
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