Katsuyoshi Oh-ishi

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Magnetic coordination polymers can exhibit controllable magnetism by introducing responsiveness to external stimuli. This report describes the precise control of magnetism of a cyanide-bridged bimetallic coordination polymer (Prussian blue analogue: PBA) through use of an electrochemical quantitative Li ion titration technique, i.e., the galvanostatic(More)
The observation of anion order is indispensable for the investigation of oxyfluorides. However, the negligible contrast between O(2-) and F(-) in both X-ray and neutron diffraction obscures the distinct anion sites for Rietveld refinement. Therefore, the difference in the chemical bonding of M-O(2-) and M-F(-) is the key to determining anion order. In this(More)
Polycrystalline samples of Nd(18)Li(8)Fe(5)O(39) and Nd(18)Li(8)Co(4)O(39) have been synthesized using a solid-state method and studied by a combination of neutron diffraction, direct and alternating current magnetometry, and, in the case of Nd(18)Li(8)Fe(5)O(39), Mossbauer spectroscopy. Both compounds adopt a cubic structure (space group Pm3n, a(0)(More)
Polycrystalline samples of Ln(18)Li(8)Rh(5-x)Fe(x)O(39) (Ln = La, Nd; 0.5 < or = x < or = 5) have been synthesized by a solid-state method and studied by a combination of dc and ac magnetometry, neutron diffraction, and Mossbauer spectroscopy. All compositions adopt a cubic structure (space group Pm3n, a(0) approximately 12 A) based on intersecting 111(More)
The structure proposed for Li(11)Nd(18)Fe(4)O(39-δ) (Chen et al. Inorg. Chem. 2012, 51, 8073) on the basis of diffraction and Mössbauer spectral data is compared to that determined previously for Nd(18)Li(8)Fe(5)O(39) (Dutton et al. Inorg. Chem.200847, 11212) using the same techniques. The Mössbauer spectrum reported by Chen et al. has been reinterpreted.(More)
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