Effect of iron doping on magnetic and electrical properties of BaSnO3 nanostructures
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Structural, magnetic and dielectric properties for the synthesized Fe doped nano barium stannate (BaSnO3) are investigated intently. The nanocuboids, nanoparticles and nanorods of BaSnO3 (BSO) by the influence of Fe ions are seen. Raman measurements shows a blue shift (646 cm−1) for the doped system and the magnetic and electric properties are studied by VSM, dielectric and PE loop measurements. Well saturated ferromagnetism exhibited at room temperature with high saturation magnetization (23.025 m emu g−1) and coercivity (339.3 G) are observed for Fe (5 at.%) doped BaSnO3.
Authors NR and KJ acknowledge SERB (DST) – National Postdoctoral fellowship grant PDF/2015/000689. The author KR acknowledges CSIR, New Delhi, for the financial support given in the form of Emeritus fellowship. The authors would like to thank Dr. V. Vasant Sathe and Dr. Ragavendra Reddy, Scientists, UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Indore, for the Raman and P–E loop measurements and CIF, Pondicherry University for providing VSM facilities.
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