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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Structural, electronic and magnetic properties of the series of double perovskites (Ca, Sr)(2-x)LaxFeIrO6
Author: Bufaical, L
Adriano, C
Lora-Serrano, R
Duque, JGS
Mendonca-Ferreira, L
Rojas-Ayala, C
Baggio-Saitovitch, E
Bittar, EM
Pagliuso, PG
Abstract: Polycrystalline samples of the series of double perovskites Sr2-xLaxFeIrO6 were synthesized. Their structural, electronic and magnetic properties were investigated by X-ray powder diffraction, Mossbauer spectroscopy, magnetic susceptibility, heat capacity and electrical resistivity experiments. The compounds crystallize in a monoclinic structure and were fitted in space group P2(1)/n, with a significant degree of Fe/Ir cationic disorder. As in Ca2-xLaxFeIrO6 the Sr-based system seems to evolve from an antiferromagnetic ground state for the end members (x=0.0 and x=2.0) to a ferrimagnetic order in the intermediate regions (x similar to 1). Since Mossbauer spectra indicate that Fe valence remains 3+ with doping, this tendency of change in the nature of the microscopic interaction could be attributed to Ir valence changes, induced by La3+ electrical doping. Upon comparing both Ca and Sr series, Sr2-xLaxFeIrO6 is more structurally homogenous and presents higher magnetization and transition temperatures. Magnetic susceptibility measurements at high temperatures on Sr1.2La0.8FeIrO6 indicate a very high ferrimagnetic Curie temperature T-C similar to 700 K. For the Sr2FeIrO6 compound, electrical resistivity experiments under applied pressure suggest that this material might be a Mott insulator. (C) 2014 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Subject: Double perovskite
Ferrimagnetism
Antiferromagnetism
Country: EUA
Editor: Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.jssc.2014.01.007
Date Issue: 2014
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