Magnetic interactions in cubic-, hexagonal- and trigonal barium iron oxide fluoride, BaFeO2F

CLEMENS, Oliver, MARCO, Jose F., THOMAS, Michael F., FORDER, Sue, ZHANG, Hongbin, CARTENET, Simon, MONZE, Anais, BINGHAM, Paul A., SLATER, Peter R. and BERRY, Frank J. (2016). Magnetic interactions in cubic-, hexagonal- and trigonal barium iron oxide fluoride, BaFeO2F. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, 28 (34).

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57Fe Mössbauer spectra have been recorded from the hexagonal (6H)- and trigonal (15R)- modifications of BaFeO2F and are compared with those previously recorded from the cubic form of BaFeO2F. The spectra, recorded over a temperature range from 15 to 650K show that all of the iron in all the compounds is in the Fe3+ state. Spectra from the 6H- and 15R- modifications were successfully fitted with components that were related to the Fe(1) and Fe(2) structural sites in the 6H variant and to the Fe(1), Fe(2) and Fe(3) structural sites in the 15R form. The magnetic ordering temperatures were determined as 597±3K for 6H-BaFeO2F and 636±3K for 15R-BaFeO2F. These values are surprisingly close to the value of 645±5K determined for the cubic form. The magnetic interactions in the three forms are compared with a view to explaining this similarity of magnetic ordering temperature. Keywords : Mossbauer barium iron oxide fluoride

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Research Institute, Centre or Group: Materials and Engineering Research Institute > Engineering Research
Identification Number: 10.1088/0953-8984/28/34/346001
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Date Deposited: 25 Jul 2016 13:54
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