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On the existence of tetragonally deformed octahedrons in the cubic part of the system MnxFe3-xO4

Abstract

The mean square amplitude of lattice vibrations\(\overline {u^2 } \) has been measured in the cubic part of the Mn x Fe3-x O4-system. The observed increase of the\(\overline {u^2 } \)-value with increasing content of Mn ions in the system is interpreted as that, with gradual occupation of more and more octahedral sites by Mn3+ ions towards higher values ofx, the number of locally distorted Mn3+O 6 2− octahedrons increases.

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červinka, L. On the existence of tetragonally deformed octahedrons in the cubic part of the system MnxFe3-xO4 . Czech J Phys 15, 747–751 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01688695

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Keywords

  • Octahedral Site
  • Lattice Vibration
  • Gradual Occupation