Hyperfine Interactions

, Volume 219, Issue 1, pp 77–82

Magnetic and Mössbauer spectra observed for mixed-metal magnets NBu4 \({\bf Fe}^{\bf II}_{\bf n}\)MA II 1 − n [FeIII(OX)3] (MA=Mn, Fe)

Authors

    • College of Physics and TechnologyGuangxi Normal University
    • Department of Information TechnologyHainan Medical College
  • Qingmei Zhang
    • College of Physics and TechnologyGuangxi Normal University
  • Xinlong Dong
    • College of Physics and TechnologyGuangxi Normal University
  • Guodong Tang
    • College of Physics and TechnologyGuangxi Normal University
    • College of Physics and TechnologyGuangxi Normal University
Article

DOI: 10.1007/s10751-012-0719-z

Cite this article as:
Lin, Q., Zhang, Q., Dong, X. et al. Hyperfine Interact (2013) 219: 77. doi:10.1007/s10751-012-0719-z

Abstract

Mixed-metal molecular-based magnets NBu4 \({\rm Fe}^{\rm II}_{\rm n}\)MA II 1 − n[FeIII(OX)3] (MA=Mn, Fe) were investigated by magnetic and Mössbauer measurements. The magnetic susceptibility of NBu4 \({\rm Fe}^{\rm II}_{0.07}{\rm Mn}^{\rm II}_{0.93}\) [FeIII(OX)3] can be fitted to a Curie-Weiss law with a Weiss paramagnetic Curie temperature of θ = −114.76 K. The negative Weiss constant indicates an intramolecular antiferromagnetic coupling interaction between the adjacent Fe(II) and Fe(III) ions through the oxalate bridge. In the complex NBu4FeII[FeIII(OX)3], the Mössbauer results indicate that the FeII and FeIII sublattices experience spontaneous magnetizations. The compound contains two different spin carriers; i.e. FeII(S = 2), FeIII(S = 5/2). Two magnetic sublattices are defined. The appearance of nuclear Zeeman splittings suggests that long range magnetic ordering takes place below 50 K.

Keywords

Oxalate bridging Molecule-based magnet Multiple magnetic pole reversals Mössbauer

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