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|Title:||Crystal structure and magnetic properties of highly-coercive Sr[1–x]Gd[x]Fe[12–x]Zn[x]O ferrites|
Bashkirov, L. A.
Slonskaya, S. V.
Trukhanov, S. V.
Lobanovskiy, L. S.
Galyas, A. I.
|Citation:||Crystal structure and magnetic properties of highly-coercive Sr[1–x]Gd[x]Fe[12–x]Zn[x]O ferrites / Wu Ze [et al.] // Proceedings of BSTU. No. 3. – Minsk : BSTU, 2014. – P. 19-23|
|Description:||High-coercivity ferrite samples Sr[1–x]Gd[x]Fe[12–x]Zn[x]O]19] (x = 0, 0.1, 0.2, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5) with magnetoplumbite structure were prepared from oxides FeO, GdO, ZnO and carbonate SrCO by solid-state ceramic method, the dependence of the unit cell parameters aand con the value of xwas determined. XRD showed that the samples with x >0.1 were not single-phase, and the samples with x > 0.2 contained not only bases phase with the structure of magnetplumbite, but also the a-FeO and GdFeO phases. It was found that increase of the xvalue leads to a slight decrease in the Curie temperature (from 727 K for the basic ferrite SrFeO to 714 K for Sr[1–x]Gd[x]Fe[12–x]Zn[x]O solid solution with x = 0.5). It has been found that at 300 K values of spontaneous magnetization (no) and coercive force (?Hc) of solid solution Sr[0.9]Gd[0.1]Fe[11.9]Zn[0.1]O are respectively 1.3 and 2.3% higher than for the base ferrite SrFeO, and values of samples with x > 0.1 of these magnetic properties decreases gradually.|
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