Antiferromagnetic resonance and dielectric properties of rare-earth ferroborates in the submillimeter frequency range View Full Text


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2011-07

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A. M. Kuz’menko, A. A. Mukhin, V. Yu. Ivanov, A. M. Kadomtseva, S. P. Lebedev, L. N. Bezmaternykh

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The magnetoresonance and dielectric properties of a number of crystals of a new family of multiferroics, namely, rare-earth ferroborates RFe3(BO3)4 (R = Y, Eu, Pr, Tb, Tb0.25Er0.75), are studied in the sub-millimeter frequency range (ν = 3–20 cm−1). Ferroborates with R = Y, Tb, and Eu exhibit permittivity jumps at temperatures of 375, 198, and 58 K, respectively, which are caused by the R32 → P3121 phase transition. Antiferromagnetic resonance (AFMR) modes in the subsystem of Fe3+ ions are detected in the range of anti-ferromagnetic ordering (T < TN = 30–40 K) in all ferroborates that have either an easy-plane (Y, Eu) or easy-axis (Pr, Tb, Tb0.25Er0.75) magnetic structure. The AFMR frequencies are found to depend strongly on the magnetic anisotropy of a rare-earth ion and its exchange interaction with the Fe subsystem, which determine the type of magnetic structure and the sign and magnitude of an effective anisotropy constant. The basic parameters of the magnetic interactions in these ferroborates are found, and the magnetoelectric contribution to AFMR is analyzed. More... »

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