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Magnetic resonance study of nanocrystalline 0.10MnO/0.90ZnO

  • Grzegorz Żołnierkiewicz EMAIL logo , Janusz Typek , Niko Guskos , Urszula Narkiewicz and Daniel Sibera
From the journal Open Physics


Magnetic properties of nanosize ZnO powders doped with MnO magnetic dopand have been studied. Sample designated as 0.10MnO/0.90ZnO was characterized by XRD that revealed the presence of ZnO and ZnMnO3 phases. An average size of magnetic ZnMnO3 nanocrystallites was 9 nm. Magnetic resonance study has been carried out in the 4-290 K temperature range. The spectrum at each temperature was analyzed in terms of three components. The temperature dependences of resonance field, linewidth and integrated intensity of these components have been determined. Magnetic centers responsible for producing the observed spectra have been proposed.

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