|Title:||Oxygen nonstoichiometry and magnetic properties of doped manganites La0.7Sr0.3Mn0.95Fe0.05O3-δ|
|Authors:||Kalanda, N. A.|
Gurskii, A. L.
Yarmolich, M. V.
Petrov, A. V.
Zhaludkevich, A. L.
Ignatenko, O. V.
|Keywords:||публикации ученых;doped manganites;oxygen nonstoichiometry;temperature dependence of magnetization;Curie temperature;Bloch constant|
|Publisher:||National University of Science and Technology MISiS|
|Citation:||Oxygen nonstoichiometry and magnetic properties of doped manganites La0.7Sr0.3Mn0.95Fe0.05O3-δ / N. A. Kalanda [et al.] // Modern Electronic Materials. – 2021. – Vol. 7, № 4. – P. 141 – 149. – DOI: 10.3897/j.moem.5.2.50758.|
|Abstract:||Based on the investigation of the dynamics of changes in the oxygen index (3 – δ) during heating of the samples, the formation of a stressed state in their grains as a result of annealing was established. This results in a decrease in the mobility of oxygen vacancies during the reduction of cations and explains the decrease of released oxygen amount with an increase of δ as well as the heating rate of the samples. It was found that the temperature dependence of the magnetization obeys the Curie–Weiss law and as the oxygen defficiency increases, the Curie temperature for solid solutions decreases. It was found that with an increase of temperature in the low-temperature region, magnetic ordering is disturbed due to the excitation of magnons with a quadratic dependence of the energy from the wave vector, the number of which increases in proportion to T3/2. This results in a decrease in the manganite magnetization. The observed temperature dependence of the magnetization measured in the “field-cooling mode” was approximated taking into account the quadratic and non-quadratic dispersion laws of the magnon spectrum.|
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