An Organically Templated Iron Sulfate with a Distorted Kagome Lattice Exhibiting Unusual Magnetic Properties
A layered iron sulfate of the composition [H3N(CH2)2NH2(CH2) 2NH2(CH2)2NH3] [FeII3F6(SO4)2] and possessing a distorted Kagome lattice and prepared hydrothermally and is found to exhibit magnetic hysteresis like a ferrimagnet besides the characteristics of a frustrated system and like those of a spin glass.
G. L. Paul et al., "An Organically Templated Iron Sulfate with a Distorted Kagome Lattice Exhibiting Unusual Magnetic Properties," Chemical Communications, vol. 8, no. 17, pp. 1904-1905, Royal Society of Chemistry, Aug 2002.
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Keywords and Phrases
ferrous sulfate; glass, article; chemical analysis; chemical composition; heat treatment; hysteresis; magnetism
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01 Aug 2002