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Structural and magnetic studies on Fe doped zinc oxide, Zn1−x Fe x O synthesized by solid state reaction

  • T. Akilan
  • N. Srinivasan
  • R. Saravanan
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Abstract

High purity Fe2O3 doped ZnO composites were grown by standard solid state reaction method in air at temperature range of 1350 °C for 10 h. The structures of the grown samples were investigated by X-ray diffraction studies. Single phase ZnO was observed indicating substitutional addition Fe2+ ion in Zn lattice. Electron density studies were carried out and sharing of the electrons between the atoms were observed in different planes and directions. Room temperature ferromagnetism can be observed in Fe-doped ZnO using vibrating sample magnetometry showing an increasing trend as the dopant concentration increases. Scanning electron microscopy micrographs along with energy dispersive X-ray analysis were taken to study of structure of the grown composites and to find the presence of Fe in ZnO.

Keywords

Maximum Entropy Method Room Temperature Ferromagnetism Electronic Charge Density Vibrate Sample Magnetometry Standard Solid State Reaction Method 
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Acknowledgments

The authors acknowledge University grant commission (UGC Ref No. 39-497/2010(SR)) for sanctioning the Major Research Project. The authors thank the management of Thiagarajar College, Madurai—625 009, India and the management of The Madura College, Madurai—625011, India for facilitating this project.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research Centre and PG Department of PhysicsThiagarajar CollegeMaduraiIndia
  2. 2.Research Centre and PG Department of PhysicsThe Madura CollegeMaduraiIndia

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