Georgia Journal of Science
STRUCTURAL, ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATIONS OF CHIRAL MAGNETIC OXIDES SYNTHESIZED BY CONVENTIONAL SOLID-STATE METHODS
Chiral magnetic oxides have drawn recent interests due to their multifunctional properties and topologically non-trivial properties that can be achieved by fine tuning spin, charge, orbital, and lattice degrees of freedom and the electronic correlations. In a non-centrosymmetric crystal structure, the Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction between local spins may be of similar strength to the spin-exchange interaction leading to the possibility of non-collinear and non-trivial magnetic structures. With such interests, we are studying the structural, electrical, and magnetic properties of chiral magnetic oxides belonging to MTeMoO6 family (M=Fe, Co, Ni, Cu etc.) synthesized by conventional solid-state methods. We have characterized our polycrystalline samples using Rigaku X-ray diffractometer, Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID), and a Keysight Agilent E4980A Precision LCR Meter. In this talk, the synthesis method, structural, electrical, and magnetic characterizations of MnTeMoO6 along with its comparison to isostructural compound CoTeMoO6 will be presented.
The work at Kennesaw State University is supported by NSF under award number DMR-2213443.
Acharya, Ananta R.; Meads, August; Wilson, Brady; and Dhital, Chetan
"STRUCTURAL, ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC CHARACTERIZATIONS OF CHIRAL MAGNETIC OXIDES SYNTHESIZED BY CONVENTIONAL SOLID-STATE METHODS,"
Georgia Journal of Science, Vol. 81, No. 1, Article 87.
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