I. O. Troyanchuk

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The electronic properties of a series of colossal magnetoresistance (CMR) compounds, namely LaMnO3, La(1-x)Ba(x)(MnO3 (0.2 < or = x < or = 0.55), La(0.76)Ba(0.24)Mn(0.84)Co(0.16)O3, and La(0.76)Ba(0.24)Mn(0.78)Ni(0.22)O3, have been investigated in a detailed spectroscopic study. A combination of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), X-ray emission(More)
We present systematic studies of polycrystalline La12xSrxMnO3 where x is varied from 0.46 to 0.53 at 0.01 intervals. We have measured the magnetic resonance, ac susceptibility, dc magnetization, x-ray diffraction, four-probe resistivity, and optical reflectivity. The data seem to indicate that, at low T, the materials are intimate mixtures of ferromagnetic(More)
La0.7Sr0.3Mn(3+)0.85Sb(5+)0.15O3 and La0.7Sr0.3Mn(3+)0.8Sb(5+)0.1Ge(4+)0.1O3 compounds with dominantly isovalent Mn3+ ions were studied by neutron powder diffraction and magnetization measurements. The compounds are basically ferromagnetic, with magnetic moments slightly above of 3 μB/Mn. Upon temperature decrease, the compounds exhibit structural(More)
Neutron powder diffraction and magnetization measurements of the Bi(1-x)Ca(x)FeO3 (0.05 ≤ x ≤ 0.14) compounds were carried out to follow the effect of the heterovalent A-site doping on the long-range structure and magnetic properties of the BiFeO3 multiferroic. Ca substitution induces the appearance of weak ferromagnetism in the initial ferroelectric R3c(More)
The evolution of the crystal structure and the magnetic properties was investigated in the La0.5Sr0.5CoO(3-δ) (0 < δ < 0.3) system as a function of the oxygen deficit δ. Compounds with a low oxygen deficit (δ < 0.1) are shown to be predominantly ferromagnetic, while further increase (δ > 0.1) gradually changes the magnetic structure from ferromagnetic to(More)
Magnetization and crystal structure of Eu1-~Ca,Mn0; (OFx<l) perovskite have been studied. I t is shown that these compou~ids call be divided into four concentration regions in which different magnetic phases coexlst. The antiferromagnetic phases are associated with the regular arrangement of Mn3+ and Mn4+ ions in ratios 1:0, I:]. 1:3 and 0:I respectively.(More)
The layered cobaltite Sr(2)CaYCo(4)O(10.5) with formal average cobalt oxidation state close to 3+ has been studied as functions of both temperature and pressure up to 4 GPa by neutron powder diffraction (NPD). The crystal structure is shown to have tetragonal symmetry (space group I4/mmm; 2a(p) × 2a(p) × 4a(p) superstructure), and the magnetic structure at(More)
A magnetic study of perovskites R E ( M ~ I . ~ B ~ ) O ~ (RE=Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Y; B=Ni, Co) is reported. It is found that investigated perovskites are nonhomogenous ferromagnets with relatively high Curie temperatures. The magnetic anisotropy of Ni-containing perovskites is much lower than that of Co-containing ones. It is supposed that domains with(More)
Neutron powder diffraction studies of the structural and magnetic properties of the La(1-x)Sr(x)Nb(y)Co(1-y)O(3) solid solutions (x = 0.2, 0.5; y = 0, 0.075, 0.1) have been performed. Substitution of Co(2+) by Nb(5+) prevents the formation of Co(4+) and leads to stabilization of the Co(3+) ions in the high- or intermediate-spin state. This is accompanied by(More)
The magnetic properties together with the crystal and magnetic structures of the cobaltites La(1-x)Ba(x)CoO(3) (for x = 0.2 and 0.3) are determined by DC magnetization, AC magnetic susceptibility and neutron powder diffraction measurements over a broad spectrum of temperatures. For x = 0.3 a rhombohedral structure with space group [Formula: see text] is(More)
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