IFLP   13074
INSTITUTO DE FISICA LA PLATA
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
congresos y reuniones científicas
Título:
“Mossbauer Characterization Of Fe-Doped ZnO Prepared By Mechanical Milling”
Autor/es:
L.BAUM; M.MEYER; D.RICHARD; L. C. DAMONTE; L. A.MENDOZA-ZÉLIS
Lugar:
Foz de Iguazú, Brasil
Reunión:
Conferencia; XIV International Conference on Hyperfine Interactions (HFI+NQI 2007),; 2007
Institución organizadora:
UNLP-CBPF-
Resumen:
It is known that the wide band semiconductor ZnO doped with small quantities of magnetic atoms (Mn, Co, Fe and Ni) shows room temperature ferromagnetism. However, the mechanism responsible of such singular ferromagnetic behaviour is not yet well understood and moreover, experimental evidences of the magnetic character are not conclusive. Many methods were used to prepare thin films materials like pulsed laser deposition, electrodeposition and other different chemical routes. In a previous work [1] we have prepared and magnetically characterized Zn1−xCoxO powders obtained by mechanical milling. In this work we continue with the preparation of massive Zn1−xFexO ternary oxides using the mechanical mill. The starting materials were Fe2O3, −Fe or FeO. Parameters such as initial concentrations, atmosphere and milling times were varied. The structure evolution with milling time was analyzed by X-ray diffraction. M¨ossbauer spectroscopy was also applied to identify the intermediate and final products. Different phases were obtained according to the initial conditions (precursor used, atmosphere, etc.) and the enthalpies of phase´s formation.1−xCoxO powders obtained by mechanical milling. In this work we continue with the preparation of massive Zn1−xFexO ternary oxides using the mechanical mill. The starting materials were Fe2O3, −Fe or FeO. Parameters such as initial concentrations, atmosphere and milling times were varied. The structure evolution with milling time was analyzed by X-ray diffraction. M¨ossbauer spectroscopy was also applied to identify the intermediate and final products. Different phases were obtained according to the initial conditions (precursor used, atmosphere, etc.) and the enthalpies of phase´s formation.1−xFexO ternary oxides using the mechanical mill. The starting materials were Fe2O3, −Fe or FeO. Parameters such as initial concentrations, atmosphere and milling times were varied. The structure evolution with milling time was analyzed by X-ray diffraction. M¨ossbauer spectroscopy was also applied to identify the intermediate and final products. Different phases were obtained according to the initial conditions (precursor used, atmosphere, etc.) and the enthalpies of phase´s formation.2O3, −Fe or FeO. Parameters such as initial concentrations, atmosphere and milling times were varied. The structure evolution with milling time was analyzed by X-ray diffraction. M¨ossbauer spectroscopy was also applied to identify the intermediate and final products. Different phases were obtained according to the initial conditions (precursor used, atmosphere, etc.) and the enthalpies of phase´s formation.
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