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2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-7
Yilun Gu ◽  
Rufei Zhang ◽  
Haojie Zhang ◽  
Licheng Fu ◽  
Guoxiang Zhi ◽  

A new diluted magnetic semiconductor (Sr, Na)(Zn, Mn)2Sb2 has been successfully synthesized by doping Na and Mn into the parent compound SrZn 2 Sb 2 , which has a CaAl 2 Si 2 -type crystal structure (space group P 3 ¯ m 1 , No. 164, h P 5 ) isostructural to the 122-type iron-based superconductor CaFe 2 As 2 . No magnetic ordering has been observed when only spins are doped by (Zn, Mn) substitution. Only with carriers codoped by (Sr, Na) substitution, a ferromagnetic ordering occurs below the maximum Curie temperature T C ∼9.5 K. Comparing with other CaAl 2 Si 2 -type diluted magnetic semiconductors, we will show that negative chemical pressure suppresses the Curie temperature.

Ferdinand Hof ◽  
Lorenzo Poggini ◽  
Edwige Otero ◽  
Benoît Gobaut ◽  
Mathieu Gonidec ◽  

Doklady BGUIR ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 19 (8) ◽  
pp. 63-67
A. V. Baglov ◽  
L S. Khoroshko

The article represents the results of studying of the influence of atom species in the perovskite multiferroic yttrium orthoferrite YFeO3 on magnetic configurations by ab-initio methods. Four magnetic configurations possible in magnetic sublattice that were formed by iron atoms were analyzed. It is shown that different magnetic orderings change the lattice parameters and the ions occupied positions while preserving symmetry of the unit cell, the lowest state responds G-AFM type magnetic ordering. The lattice parameters are in good relevant published experimental data. The atom species energy dependence shows that the main role in magnetic properties goes to iron and oxygen. In the ground state, magnetic properties relate with Dzyaloshinskii – Moriya interaction, while in other configurations, these relate with superexchange through Fe- O-Fe chains. Obtained results are useful for analyzing and designing straintronics devices. Also, the results can be interesting for interpretation and predicting magnetic properties of partially or fully substituted orthoferrites including substitution on rare-earth elements.

Haoming Yang ◽  
Olivier Mentré ◽  
Tianyu Zhu ◽  
Claire Minaud ◽  
Clemens Ritter ◽  

Mixed anion compounds AFe3(SeO3)2F6 (A=K, Rb) have been synthesized by hydrothermal reactions. Prior results obtained for the isostructural Cs analog have revealed original 2D-ferrimagnetic (FI) blocks, antiferromagnetically (AFM) ordered around...

James A. Payne ◽  
Charles T. Bryant ◽  
Rodolfo Marquez Tavera ◽  
Dakota T. Brown ◽  
Thomas M. Pekarek ◽  

Abstract We have investigated the collective electronic and magnetic orderings of a series of La1−xSrxMnO3 thin films grown epitaxially strained to (001) oriented strontium titanate substrates as a function of doping, x, for 0 ≤ x ≤ 0.4. We find that the ground states of these crystalline thin films are, in general, consistent with that observed in bulk crystals and thin film samples synthesized under a multitude of techniques. Our systematic study, however, reveal subtle features in the temperature dependent electronic transport and magnetization measurements, which presumably arise due to Jahn-Teller type distortions in the lattice for particular doping levels. For the parent compound LaMnO3 (x = 0), we report evidence of a strain-induced ferromagnetic ordering in contrast to the antiferromagnetic ground state found in bulk crystals.

2021 ◽  
Vol 13 (4) ◽  
pp. 471-478
Karen Y. Constantinian ◽  
Gennady A. Ovsyannikov ◽  
Anton V. Shadrin ◽  
Yulii V. Kislinski ◽  

Electron transport processes in oxide superconducting heterostructures with epitaxially grown magnetic thin-film interlayers, in which the interaction of superconducting correlations and magnetic ordering occurs due to superconducting and magnetic proximity effects, have been studied experimentally. Hybrid mesa-heterostructures were prepared from thin-film bottom cuprate superconductor (S), magnetic (M) interlayer made of manganite or an antiferromagnetic cuprate, and the upper electrode made from an ordinary superconductor. When the cuprate antiferromagnetic material was replaced by a ferromagnetic manganite interlayer, the superconducting current was suppressed, although the thin magnetic film was several times thinner, 5 nm, and the temperature was lowered to 0.3 K. At low temperatures dependences of differential resistance vs. voltage for mesa-heterostructures with manganite interlayer featured mini-gap low-energy states.

2021 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 2
Cai-Ming Liu ◽  
You Song

Ferromagnetic coupling exists in an uneven chain-like copper(II) complex with both end-on azido and syn-syn carboxylato bridges, (Cu3(L)2(N3)4(H2O)3)n (1, HL = 6-hydroxynicotinic acid). It is the first example of one-dimensional (1D) chain-like copper(II) coordination polymer showing both metamagnetic behavior and long-range magnetic ordering (Tc = 6.7 K), thanks to the interchain hydrogen bonds, which make a three-dimensional (3D) supramolecular array of the entire molecular structure and mediate the interchain antiferromagnetic interaction.

Materials ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 55
Mohsen Al-Qhtani ◽  
Ghulam M. Mustafa ◽  
Nasheeta Mazhar ◽  
Sonia Bouzgarrou ◽  
Qasim Mahmood ◽  

In ferromagnetic semiconductors, the coupling of magnetic ordering with semiconductor character accelerates the quantum computing. The structural stability, Curie temperature (Tc), spin polarization, half magnetic ferromagnetism and transport properties of ZnX2Se4 (X = Ti, V, Cr) chalcogenides for spintronic and thermoelectric applications are studied here by density functional theory (DFT). The highest value of Tc is perceived for ZnCr2Se4. The band structures in both spin channels confirmed half metallic ferromagnetic behavior, which is approved by integer magnetic moments (2, 3, 4) μB of Ti, V and Cr based spinels. The HM behavior is further measured by computing crystal field energy ΔEcrystal, exchange energies Δx(d), Δx (pd) and exchange constants (Noα and Noβ). The thermoelectric properties are addressed in terms of electrical conductivity, thermal conductivity, Seebeck coefficient and power factor in within a temperature range 0–400 K. The positive Seebeck coefficient shows p-type character and the PF is highest for ZnTi2Se4 (1.2 × 1011 W/mK2) among studied compounds.

Jianfa Zhao ◽  
Xiao Wang ◽  
Xi Shen ◽  
Christoph J. Sahle ◽  
Cheng Dong ◽  

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