Structural and magnetic properties of (Ro0.5A 0.5)NIO3 perovskites (R = GD, YB and A = CE, TH)

J. W. Chen, H. M. Liu, H. C.I. Kao, H. S. Sheu, J. F. Lee, D. C. Ling, W. F. Pong, Lance Horng

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Four perovskite compounds with nominal compositions of (Gd 0.5Th0.5)NiO3, (Gd0.5Ce 0.5)NiO3, (Yb0.5Th0.5)NiO 3 and (Yb0.5Ce0.5)NiO3 were prepared by a polymeric citrate precursor method. They were either slow-cooled in the furnace or quenched to room temperature. All of them have monoclinic symmetry. Quenched samples have a slightly bigger unit cell volume and longer Ni-O bond length, and a smaller grain size than that of the furnace-cooled compounds. All samples are paramagnetic insulators in the range of 2 K to 300 K. The Th containing compounds have larger tolerance factor and Ni(1)-O(1)-Ni(2) bond angle than that of the Ce containing compounds. No mixed valence of Ce, Th and Ni is observed in these samples.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3443-3447
Number of pages5
JournalInternational Journal of Modern Physics B
Volume21
Issue number18-19
Publication statusPublished - 2007 Jul 30

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Chen, J. W., Liu, H. M., Kao, H. C. I., Sheu, H. S., Lee, J. F., Ling, D. C., ... Horng, L. (2007). Structural and magnetic properties of (Ro0.5A 0.5)NIO3 perovskites (R = GD, YB and A = CE, TH). International Journal of Modern Physics B, 21(18-19), 3443-3447.
Chen, J. W. ; Liu, H. M. ; Kao, H. C.I. ; Sheu, H. S. ; Lee, J. F. ; Ling, D. C. ; Pong, W. F. ; Horng, Lance. / Structural and magnetic properties of (Ro0.5A 0.5)NIO3 perovskites (R = GD, YB and A = CE, TH). In: International Journal of Modern Physics B. 2007 ; Vol. 21, No. 18-19. pp. 3443-3447.
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Structural and magnetic properties of (Ro0.5A 0.5)NIO3 perovskites (R = GD, YB and A = CE, TH). / Chen, J. W.; Liu, H. M.; Kao, H. C.I.; Sheu, H. S.; Lee, J. F.; Ling, D. C.; Pong, W. F.; Horng, Lance.

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Chen JW, Liu HM, Kao HCI, Sheu HS, Lee JF, Ling DC et al. Structural and magnetic properties of (Ro0.5A 0.5)NIO3 perovskites (R = GD, YB and A = CE, TH). International Journal of Modern Physics B. 2007 Jul 30;21(18-19):3443-3447.