Magnetic Properties of Iron/Graphite Core-shell Structured Nanoparticles Prepared by Annealing of Fe-C-N Nanocomposite
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We are reporting the core-shell structured iron/graphite nanoparticles formed during annealing of a nanopowder prepared by laser pyrolysis of gas phase reactants. The originally synthesized Fe-C-N nanocomposite powder has been characterized by TEM, XRD and magnetic measurements. Nanopowder was heated up to 800 °C at ∼ 1 Pa vacuum. Presence of iron nanoparticles with mean diameter 40 nm in the annealed state of nanopowder was proved by XRD and TEM analyses. Mössbauer spectroscopy was used for characterization of synthesized/annealed nanopowder to confirm the qualitative change in phase composition.
Keywordsiron/graphite core-shell nanoparticles
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