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2010 | 118 | 5 | 811-812
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Magnetism of Nanoparticle La_{0.7}Ca_{0.3}Mn_{0.7}Fe_{0.3}O_3 under Applied Hydrostatic Pressure

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Nanoparticle La_{0.7}Ca_{0.3}Mn_{0.7}Fe_{0.3}O_3 with the average particle size of 10 nm was mechanochemically synthesized in the single-step procedure. Temperature and field dependences of magnetization were recorded under both ambient and applied hydrostatic pressure up to 0.47 GPa. At ambient pressure, two magnetic transition points were observed: one of the spin-glass like type at the temperature T_{f} ≈ 34 K, and ferro-to-paramagnet transition at T_{C} ≈ 51 K. Under the applied pressure magnetic parameters gradually changed: (i) both T_{C} and T_{f} were lowered with the increase in pressure; (ii) both high field magnetization M_{5T} and remanent magnetization M_{Rem} decreased with pressure; (iii) coercivity H_{C} increased with pressure. The obtained results show that magnetism of a nanoparticle system with high degree of intrinsic disorder diminishes with the applied pressure that is in compliance with the effect of the increased cationic disorder ("internal pressure") in bulk manganites.
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118
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5
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811-812
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2010-11
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