Synthesis, Structure, and the Unusual Magnetic Properties of an Amine-Templated Iron(II) Sulfate Possessing the Kagome Lattice
An amine-templated iron(II) sulfate of the composition [H 3N(CH2)6NH3] [FeII 1.5F3(SO4)]· 0.5H2O and I and representing an example of a Kagomé lattice with Fe in the +2 state and has been synthesized under solvothermal conditions. Having determined the structure by single-crystal X-ray diffraction and the oxidation state of iron was established by Mössbauer spectroscopy. The magnetic properties of the Fe(II) Kagomé compound are rather unusual in that it undergoes ferrimagnetic ordering below 19 K and does not exhibit spin-glass freezing.
C. N. Rao et al., "Synthesis, Structure, and the Unusual Magnetic Properties of an Amine-Templated Iron(II) Sulfate Possessing the Kagome Lattice," Chemistry of Materials, vol. 16, no. 8, pp. 1441-1446, American Chemical Society (ACS), Apr 2004.
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Keywords and Phrases
Composition; Ferrimagnetic materials; Iron compounds; Molecular structure; Mossbauer spectroscopy; Oxidation; Spin glass; Sulfur compounds; Synthesis (chemical); X ray diffraction analysis; Amine templated iron compounds; Solvothermal synthesis; Amines; amine; ammonia; carbon; ferrous ion; ferrous sulfate; glass; hydrogen; article; chemical composition; chemical structure; crystal; freezing; heat treatment; magnetism; Mossbauer spectroscopy; oxidation; synthesis; X ray crystallography; X ray diffraction
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01 Apr 2004