Co-doped MnFe2O4 nanoparticles: magnetic anisotropy and interparticle interactions

Bagher Aslibeiki, Parviz Kameli, Hadi Salamati, Giorgio Concas, Maria Salvador Fernandez, Alessandro Talone, Giuseppe Muscas and Davide Peddis

Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2019, 10, 856–865. doi:10.3762/bjnano.10.86

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An example of a typical X-ray diffraction pattern of the amorphous phase obtained immediately after the milling process for sample C0 (Figure S1). ZFC and FC curves measured for all samples are shown in Figure S2. For sample C0, the AC susceptibility vs temperature curves measured at different frequencies are shown in Figure S3. Figure S4 presents the fits of the frequency dependence of the maximum of the curves (TP) using the Arrhenius model, the Vogel–Fulcher law and the power law. Only the last two models provide physically meaningful parameters and are reported in Table S1.

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