The synthesis, morphology and magnetic properties of (Fe1−xMnx)3N nanoparticles
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The Fe3N nanoparticles with different Mn concentration were fabricated by a co-precipitation method. The structure and morphology of these as-prepared samples were carefully investigated. And we infer that the incorporation of Mn influence on the stability of Fe3N. Moreover, we explore the magnetic properties of Fe3N with different Mn concentration from vibrating sample magnetometer and analyze the reasons for the change of magnetic properties. The results demonstrate that our synthetic route provides a new way to explore the properties and structure of Fe3N incorporated with different transition metals.
This work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China.
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