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High-Pressure Synthesis of Manganese Oxyhydride with Partial Anion Order

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Author(s)

Cedric Tassel, Yoshinori Goto, Daichi Watabe, Ya Tang, Honcheng Lu, Yoshinori Kuno, Fumitaka Takeiri, Takafumi Yamamoto, Craig Brown, James Hester, Yoji Kobayashi, Hiroshi Kageyama

Abstract

We report the high-pressure synthesis of a manganese oxyhydride LaSrMnO3.3H0.7. Neutron and X-ray Rietveld analyses showed this compound adopts the K2NiF4 structure, with H-positioned exclusively at the equatorial site. This result makes a striking contrast to topochemical reductions of LaSrMnO4 that results in only oxygen-deficient phases down to LaSrMnO3.5. This suggests high (H2) pressure plays a key role in stabilizing the oxyhydride phase plays a key role in stabilizing the oxyhydride phase and could offer an opportunity to synthesize other transition metal oxyhydrides. Magnetic susceptibility revealed a spin-glass transition at 24 K due to competing ferromagnetic (Mn2+-Mn3+) and antiferromagnetic (Mn2+-Mn2, Mn3+-Mn3+) interactions.
Citation
Angewandte Chemie-International Edition
Volume
55

Keywords

Ruddlesden-Popper Perovskite, Oxyhydride , Mixed-anion, Anion order, neutron diffraction

Citation

Tassel, C. , Goto, Y. , Watabe, D. , Tang, Y. , Lu, H. , Kuno, Y. , Takeiri, F. , Yamamoto, T. , Brown, C. , Hester, J. , Kobayashi, Y. and Kageyama, H. (2016), High-Pressure Synthesis of Manganese Oxyhydride with Partial Anion Order, Angewandte Chemie-International Edition, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=921157 (Accessed May 23, 2024)

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Created June 30, 2016, Updated October 12, 2021