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Incommensurate Structure of Electron-Doped Layerd La (sub2-2x)Ca(sub1+2X)Mn(sub2)0(sub7) (0.6

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Author(s)

Leonid A. Bendersky

Abstract

A series of Ruddlesden-Popper compounds with n = 2 and stoichiometry La(sub2-2x)Ca(sub1+2x)Mn(sub2)0(sub7) has been successfully synthesized by a citrate gel technique for 0.6>x>1.0 1.0. Investigation of the magnetic and electric properties of the compounds indicated two distinct regions of different magnetic behavior: 0.6 200-350degressC) to the Cmc2(sub1) phase, with possible intermediate Cmcm(superscript2). The structural changes were explained as tilting of almost-rigid octahedra with the aac+/aac+ (in Glazer's notations) combination of tilts.
Proceedings Title
Physics and Materials; ICEM 15, International Congress | 15th | | Institute of Physics
Volume
15
Issue
no. 1
Conference Dates
September 1, 2002
Conference Location
Durban, SA
Conference Title
International Congress on Electron Microscopy

Keywords

CMR oxide, incommensurate phase, TEM

Citation

Bendersky, L. (2002), Incommensurate Structure of Electron-Doped Layerd La (sub2-2x)Ca(sub1+2X)Mn(sub2)0(sub7) (0.6<x<0.8) Compounds, Physics and Materials; ICEM 15, International Congress | 15th | | Institute of Physics, Durban, SA (Accessed April 12, 2024)
Created September 1, 2002, Updated February 17, 2017