Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science
Volume 25 Issue 4 August 2002 pp 309-313 Alloys and Steels
Heusler alloys, Mn2CoSn and Mn2NiSn, were prepared and characterized by X-ray studies. Mössbauer studies using Sn-119 were carried out to investigate the hyperfine fields present at the Sn site in these alloys. The hyperfine field distribution in these alloys as well as X-ray studies point to the chemical disorder present in both alloys. Co-existence of a paramagnetic portion along with the magnetic hyperfine part was observed in Mn2CoSn even at low temperatures, while this was not found in Mn2NiSn spectra. Hyperfine fields at Sn site were calculated using Blandin and Campbell model and compared with the experimental results.
Volume 34 Issue 5 August 2011 pp 1095-1101
Using a combination of X-ray diffraction, room temperature/low temperature Mössbauer studies and d.c. magnetization, the structural and magnetic properties of nano-sized Cu0.25Co0.25Zn0.5Fe2O4, prepared using the coprecipitation method at different seeding temperatures, have been studied. Formation of 𝛼-Fe2O3 in these samples is observed to be very sensitive to the seeding temperature and is totally suppressed at a seeding temperature of 333 K. These results are explained in terms of the rate of coprecipitation of the different components as a function of temperature. Since 𝛼-Fe2O3 is antiferromagnetic, the presence and quantity of this impurity is also observed to deteriorate the overall magnetic properties of the spinel phase.
Volume 37 Issue 5 August 2014 pp 953-961
Cu0.25Co0.25Zn0.5Fe2O4 nanoparticles were prepared by a co-precipitation method and the size was varied by varying annealing temperatures. The cation distribution, estimated using Mössbauer spectroscopy, shows that it is the same for all samples, irrespective of the size. The variation of Curie temperature and saturation magnetization as a function of particle size, studied using d.c. magnetization, clearly indicates that these are a result of finite size scaling effects. The superparamagnetic size limit is estimated to be 8 nm.
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Prof. Subi Jacob George — Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Jakkur, Bengaluru
Chemical Sciences 2020
Prof. Surajit Dhara — School of Physics, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad
Physical Sciences 2020
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