Magnetic characteristics were determined for nanocrystalline powders based on MgFe2O4·nFe2O3 solid solutions with n = 0.05–4, produced by glycine-nitrate synthesis. It was shown that the saturation magnetization of nanoparticles of the magnesium-iron spinel solid solution grows with its increasing content of iron oxide. Because of the improvement of their magnetic properties, the powders can be used as an alternative to nanoparticles of the stoichiometric (MgFe2O4) spinel in development of magnetic materials.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 3, 2015
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