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Mössbauer studies of two dimensional antiferromagnetic ferrous complexes.

Mohgah Farid Moustafa

Mössbauer studies of two dimensional antiferromagnetic ferrous complexes.

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mössbauer effect.,
  • Ferromagnetism.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 90 l.
    Number of Pages90
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16724306M

      From the end of the s, significant progress has been made in synthesizing and characterizing various oxides, which show the multiferroism property at high temperatures [].This search led to the study of various oxides in the bulk, for example Bi-based compounds, namely BiMnO 3 or BiFeO r several attempts have been made to enhance the Cited by:   The temperature dependence of the ratio of overlapping EPR resonances provides information about the value of spectra in Figure 5 are calculated for D = , E/D = , at two temperatures. The lowest doublet is marked by stars, and the middle doublet contributes the resonance at g = The ratio of absorption at g = divided by that at increases with Cited by: 9. Germanene, two-dimensional (2D) germanium (Ge) counterpart of hexagonal graphene, has been synthesized recently in [1]. Although germanene exhibits Dirac cone features just like graphene, but in contrast to graphene, this new 2D material favours a buckled conformation rather than a planar one [2].


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Mössbauer studies of two dimensional antiferromagnetic ferrous complexes. by Mohgah Farid Moustafa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hence a weak antiferromagnetic behaviour below liquid helium temperature is expected. The determined value of the effective magnetic moment was found to be BM. INTRODUCTION QUATERNARY salts of cupric or ferrous tetrachloride anions have been frequently studied as candidates for two dimensional, Heisenberg (S = 1 /2) : F.M.

Mostafa, F.A. Radwan, J. Suwalski. FeOCl is a kind of quasi-two-dimensional antiferromagnetic system. The significant discrepancy is found by measuring the Neél temperature T N with different techniques. For instance, T N is determined as 89±4 K, 92±3 K and 84±1 K by powder neutron diffraction [16], Mössbauer spectroscopy [12] and magnetic susceptibility measurement [17 Cited by: 1.

Mossbauer and electronic spectral studies of iron(III) complexes of oximes Article in Spectrochimica Acta Part A Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 59(4).

Mössbauer studies on the spiral antiferromagnetic coupling in iron oxychloride Article in Chemical Physics Letters () June with 53 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Molecular Iron(III) Phosphonates: Synthesis, Structure, Magnetism, and Mossbauer Studies Article (PDF Available) in Inorganic Chemistry 53(15) July with Reads How we.

The X-band ESR spectra of the two complexes display signals of an axially elongated octahedral Cu(II) system in 1 and an axially elongated square-pyramidal Cu(II) system in 2, respectively. The magnetic measurements and analyses suggest dominant ferromagnetic coupling in 1 and antiferromagnetic coupling in 2, by: 4.

The appeal of ultra-compact spintronics drives intense research on magnetism in low-dimensional materials. Recent years have witnessed remarkable progress in engineering two-dimensional (2D) magnetism via defects, edges, adatoms, and Cited by: "Study of acid-base titration of succinic and malic acid in aqueous solution by two dimensional FTIR correlation spectroscopy"; Vibrational Spectroscopy, 24 (), - M.J.

Ayora-Cañada, A. Ruiz Medina, J. Frank, B. Lendl: "Bead Injection for. Magnetic Anisotropy in a Spin 1/2 Quasi-One-Dimensional Antiferromagnetic Copper (II) Complex CuCl 2 (pdz) with a Staggered g-tensor S. Takaishi, H.

Kitagawa, H. Tanaka, S. Kuroda, R. Ikeda Dalton Trans., 43, (). Unusual Magnetic Ordering Observed in Nanosized S = 1/2 Quantum Spin System (CH 3) 2 NH 2 CuCl 3. Read Morecomplex [Cr2(μ-OH)2(NH3)8]4+. The magneto-structural dependence on the bridge angle, Cr−O−Cr, and on the OH out-of-plane distortion is analyzed.

The complex is antiferromagnetic for all the geometries calculated. The antiferromagnetic character decreases as the out-of-plane distortion increases.

Thus, the iodine atoms form halogen bonds with the terminal chlorido ligands of the surrounding complexes [mean length of I⋯Cl contacts = (1) Å], leading to an extended two-dimensional.

Magnetic studies show that the tetranuclear compounds display usual ferromagnetic coupling via the oxime N−O bridges, and the 2D compound displays unusual antiferromagnetic behavior. Tetranuclear [Ni4(Hpzaox)2(pzaox)2]2+ fragments have been found to assemble, generating discrete tetranuclear clusters and a two-dimensional (2D) by: We report a photochemical CO2 reduction study on a series of [Rh(R-bpy)(Cp*)Cl]+ complexes and show how modifications in the electronic structure of the catalyst affect Read Moreits selectivity, defined as the HCOOH:H2 product ratio.

High-frequency (94− GHz) EPR data are reported for powdered samples of [PPh4]2[Fe(SPh)4], an accurate model for the reduced site of rubredoxins. This is the first HFEPR investigation of an S = 2 ferrous complex, illustrating the utility of this technique for the investigation of integer-spin by: Inorg.

Chem. All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONSCited by: Both the ladder-like and zigzag chains are combined together through the metal centers into a three-dimensional covalent network with empty one-dimensional microchannels. The 3D network of 1a is different from the reported LMOFs of [Ln 2 (ox) 3 (H 2 O) 6 ⋅ 3H 2 O⋅HNO 3 ] n [15] and [Ln 2 (ox) 2 (pyzc) 2 (H 2 O) 2 ] n [16], in which the oxalate groups bridged adjacent Cited by: Mössbauer resonance experiments have been carried out over a wide temperature range on frozen aqueous solutions of ferrous chloride and ferrous sulfate.

Well‐resolved spectra were obtained which show the two‐line absorption pattern characteristic of a nuclear quadrupole hyperfine interaction in 57 by: A new two-dimensional (2D) magnesium acetate, Mg7(OH)2(OAc)12(H2O)44H2O (1), was obtained from zero-dimensional (0D) magnesium acetate tetrahydrate as.

Scepaniak et al. published the first example for a four-coordinated ferrous SCO complex in In a follow-up study, they showed that this complex is photoactive at less than 20 K. In the photoinduced HS state, a slow relaxation of the magnetization is by:   The magneto–structural correlation between J and the metal–ligand–metal angle, notably the increase in the value for J as a function of this angle, frequently observed in series of structurally related transition metal complexes, 15 suggests that the antiferromagnetic couplings in the Fe–S–Fe bridges of the all-ferrous cluster become larger when the bond angles are Cited by: The compound 3 comprises neutral 1D chains of complex molecules stacked in a staggered arrangement with short Rh–Rh distances of (4) and (4) Å at K and exhibits unprecedented bistable multifunctionality with respect to its magnetic and conductive properties in the temperature range of – K.

The cover picture shows two unique examples of homo- and heterometallic tetranuclear Cu II 2 M II 2 racks (M = Cu and Ni) resulting from the self-assembly of four coordinatively unsaturated metal complexes by a linear, heteropolytopic tetranucleating p-phenylenedioxamato complexes display interesting magnetic properties resulting from cooperative exchange.

The cover illustrates the single-molecule-magnet behavior of an isolated trinuclear Co II –Gd III –Co II molecular complex exhibiting ferromagnetic Co–Gd interactions and wi. Abstract. Magnetic ordering of YFeMnO 4 has been studied with Mössbauer spectroscopy in the temperature range between K and K on the conditions of gamma rays parallel to and perpendicular to is revealed that the spin system orders like a Heisenberg spin system in a triangular antiferromagnet with an anisotropic axis parallel to by: 2.

Langmuir-Blodgett multilayers of ferric arachidate (abbreviated: FeA) on silicon wafers have been investigated by means of conversion electron Mössbauer spectroscopy (CEMS) and absorption Mössbauer spectroscopy at different temperatures between room temperature and K, without and with external magnetic fields up to 5 T.

The films show a quasicrystalline Cited by: 1. Inorganic Chemistry (ACS Publications) Cart ACS. Prospecting for an iron age. spin-correlated, quasi-two-dimensional, Mott–Hubbard charge transfer antiferromagnetic insulators in their undoped ground by: Bureau of Mines: Bibliography of United States Bureau of mines investigations on coal and its products / (Washington, D.C.: of Mines, ), also by Arno Carl Fieldner and Max Wilhelm von Bernewitz (page images at HathiTrust).

Prior to spectra acquisition, two-dimensional maps at a spatial resolution of µm revealing areas of iron accumulation within the sample area were created by raster scanning across the sample grid at the iron L 3 absorption peak energy ( eV) and off-peak energy ( eV; see the electronic supplementary material, figure S1).

Differences Cited by: Reaction 2 demonstrates initial binding of two Fe 2+ to the protein cage (at the ferroxidase center); Reaction 3 is the binding of molecular O 2 to form a dioxygen complex; Reaction 4 is the oxidation of the di-ferrous complex to form the differic complex; Reaction 5 is the formation of the peroxo intermediate followed by degradation to the m Cited by: Polarized neutron diffraction and Mössbauer spectral study of short-range magnetic correlations in the ferrimagnetic layered compounds (PPh 4) [Fe II Fe III (ox) 3] and (NBu 4) [Fe II Fe III (ox) 3] Simon G.

Carling. These compounds have an identical crystal structure if NH 4 is regarded as an atom as schematically shown in fig and are double chain ladder spin systems composed of two antiferromagnetic chains with J 1 connected by antiferromagnetic interactions J 3 and J 2, where J 1 and J 3 are comparable and J 2 is by:   where is the DFT energy calculated using a LDA or GGA functional; is an effective on-site Coulomb interaction given by the difference between the Coulomb and exchange integrals and E DC takes care of the double counting terms in the energy expansion.

For a complete discussion on the foundations of ACBN0, we direct the reader to [19, 22].We compute on-the Cited by: 8. K 3 Fe(CN) 6 reacts with the viologen 1,1′-bis(2,4-dinitrophenyl)-4,4′-bipyridinium dication, (DNP) 2+, to form a supramolecular complex, (DNP) 3 [Fe(CN) 6] 2 Â10H 2 O (1).The crystal structure of 1 reveals that there are two [Fe(CN) 6] 3– anions within an organic framework of three (DNP) 2+ cations with the shortest Fe(III)ÂÂÂFe(III) distances of ca.

The iron (II) coordination compound, {[Fe(3,6 pzdc)](H2O)2}2. (1) has been synthesized from a mixture of FeClH2O and pyridazinedicarboxylate (3,6 pzdc).

The molecular structure of complex 1 was determined by single crystal X-ray diffraction study. It reveals that the dinuclear structure contains a pyridazine bridge in between the two metal : Abhishikta Chatterjee, Laurence K.

Thompson, Subrata K. Dey. Mössbauer effect measurements have been performed on the quasi 1-d antiferromagnetic solid solutions of Rb2Mn1−xFexF5*H2O (x=) as a function of temperature.

Particular attention was paid to the region very close to the Neel point. The experimental spectra show definite relaxation effects which are attributed to short-range order Cited by: 1. The synthesis of SrFeO2, a new compound bearing a square-planar oxygen coordination around Fe2+, is shown.

SrFeO2 is isostructural with 'infinite layer' cupric oxides, and exhibits a magnetic Cited by: The Low Temperature Physics Conference is an international event held every three years, under the auspices of the IUPAP through its Commission C5 on Low Temperature Physics.

These conferences aim at the exchange of information and views among the members of the international scientific community in the general field of Low Temperature Physics.

Read "A new member of ferrous sulfates, FeSO 4 2H 2 O with PtS topology showing spin-canted long-range antiferromagnetic ordering, Journal of Solid State Chemistry" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Complex dielectric and impedance spectroscopic studies have been carried out in a detailed manner on the system comprising of Bi 2 Fe 4 O 9-BiFeO 3 composite particles dispersed in a α-Fe 2 O 3 matrix as prepared using ball milling and controlled annealing treatments.

This multiferroic composite is observed to exhibit a giant dielectric. This review provides an up to date survey of a singular class of iron(II) spin crossover (SCO) molecular materials that undergo high-spin (HS) ↔ low-spin (LS) phase transitions accompanied by crystallographic symmetry breaking (CSB).

Particular interest has been focused on a variety of complexes that exhibit one-step or stepwise SCO behavior and by: The furan-functionalised 1,2,4-triazole ligand furanylidene-4H-1,2,4-triazolamine (furtrz) has been incorporated into the trinuclear complex Fe 3 (furtrz) 6 (ptol) 2 (MeOH) 4]4(ptol)4(MeOH) (ptol = p-tolylsulfonate) composed of μ 1,2-triazole bridges between iron(II) sites, as per one-dimensional chain materials, and [email protected]{osti_, title = {A new member of ferrous sulfates, FeSO{sub 4}2H{sub 2}O with PtS topology showing spin-canted long-range antiferromagnetic ordering}, author = {Zhao, Long and Liu, Wei and Cao, Lixin and Su, Ge and Gao, Rongjie and Yang, Hongzhan}, abstractNote = {A sanderite ferrous sulfate FeSO{sub 4}2H{sub 2}O has been synthesized by the .