Hysteresis, thermal dependence of magnetization, and coercivity of oxide coated ultrafine Fe particles prepared by inert gas condensation and oxygen passivation have been studied in the 5-300 K range. The results are found to be consistent with a spin-glasslike state of the oxide layer inducing, through exchange interaction with the ferromagnetic core, a shift of the field cooled hysteresis loops at temperatures below the freezing at approximately 50 K.

Evidence of spin disorder at the surface-core interface of oxygen passivated Fe nanoparticles

DEL BIANCO, Lucia
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1998

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Hysteresis, thermal dependence of magnetization, and coercivity of oxide coated ultrafine Fe particles prepared by inert gas condensation and oxygen passivation have been studied in the 5-300 K range. The results are found to be consistent with a spin-glasslike state of the oxide layer inducing, through exchange interaction with the ferromagnetic core, a shift of the field cooled hysteresis loops at temperatures below the freezing at approximately 50 K.
DEL BIANCO, Lucia; Hernando, A; Multigner, M; Prados, C; Sanchez Lopez, J. C.; Fernandez, A; Conde, C. F.; Conde, A.
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