Phase states and magnetic properties of iron nanoparticles in carbon nanotube channels View Full Text


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2009-08

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I. S. Lyubutin, K. V. Frolov, O. A. Anosova, V. S. Pokatilov, A. V. Okotrub, A. G. Kudashov, Yu. V. Shubin, L. G. Bulusheva

ABSTRACT

The structure, phase composition, and magnetic properties of carbon nanotubes filled with iron nanoparticles and obtained by thermolysis of a mixture of ferrocene and C60 fullerene or ferrocene and orthoxylene at a temperature of 800°C are investigated. Electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and Mössbauer spectroscopy data lead to the conclusion that carbon nanotubes are multilayer systems partially filled with iron nanoparticles and/or nanorods. Metallic inclusions in nanotube channels form α-Fe, γ-Fe, and Fe3C phases. The concentration of each phase in the samples is determined. It is shown that 10–20-nm iron clusters in nanotubes exhibit magnetic properties typical of bulk phases of iron. High elasticity of carbon nanotube walls facilitates stabilization of the high-temperature γ-Fe phase; the relative concentration of this phase in a sample can be increased by lowering the concentration of ferrocene in the initial reaction mixture. More... »

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254-261

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