Magnetic studies of PbMnI2 Layered Diluted Magnetic Semiconductor Nanoparticles

Authors I.D. Stolyarchuk1 , I. Rogalska2 , S.V. Koretskii1 , I. Stefaniuk2
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1Ivan Franko Drohobych Pedagogical University, 24, I. Franko Str., 82100 Drohobych, Ukraine

2University of Rzeszow, 16a, Rejtana Str., 35959 Rzeszow, Poland

Е-mail istolyarchuk@ukr.net
Issue Volume 10, Year 2018, Number 5
Dates Received 05 August 2018, revised manuscript received 22 October 2018, published online 29 October 2018
Citation I.D. Stolyarchuk, I. Rogalska, S.V. Koretskii, I. Stefaniuk, J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 10 No 5, 05005 (2018)
DOI https://doi.org/10.21272/jnep.10(5).05005
PACS Number(s) 75.75. – c, 76.30. – v, 75.50.Pp
Keywords PbMnI2 (2) , Diluted magnetic semiconductors (2) , Electron paramagnetic resonance, Nanoparticles (64) , nanocrystal (13) , Exchange interactions.
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PbxMnxIPbxMnxIxPbMnIWe report a study of the Pb1-xMnxI2 nanoparticles using electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR). The nanocomposites containing the diluted magnetic semiconductor nanocrystals of Pb1-xMnxI2 with x in the range from 0 to 0,15 have been prepared by embedding them into polyvinylalcohol matrices using colloidal technology. The EPR spectra of nanocrystals consist of an intense broad line and several weak narrow lines which correspond to hyperfine spectra of Mn2 + ions. The angular and temperature dependence of EPR spectra suggests of strong spin exchange interactions due to presence of magnetic ions in the nanoparticles and demonstrates behaviors typical for ferromagnetic state.

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