Electric Properties of MCM-41 SmCl3 Nanohybrid Encapsulate

Authors Fedir Ivashchyshyn1,2 , Dariusz Calus1, Anna Pidluzhna2 , Piotr Chabecki1
Affiliations

1Czestochowa University of Technology, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, 17, Al. Armii Krajowej, 42200 Częstochowa, Poland

2Lviv Polytechnic National University, 12, Bandera St., 79013 Lviv, Ukraine

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Issue Volume 12, Year 2020, Number 3
Dates Received 14 January 2020; revised manuscript received 20 June 2020; published online 25 June 2020
Citation Fedir Ivashchyshyn, Dariusz Calus, Anna Pidluzhna, Piotr Chabecki, J. Nano- Electron. Phys. 12 No 3, 03014 (2020)
DOI https://doi.org/10.21272/jnep.12(3).03014
PACS Number(s) 74.25.nn, 81.05.Rm
Keywords Mesoporous MCM-41 matrix, Impedance spectroscopy (4) , Nyquist plot, Dielectric permittivity, Loss tangent, Thermogalvanic effect.
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Probably the most popular compound for the synthesis of complex hybrid structures especially during the last decade is a molecular silica matrix MCM-41. Many different classes of substances were obtained on its bases. Samarium is a well-known magnetic material and its salts are widely used in laboratories for research on new compounds of samarium. Therefore, we decided to insert the samarium-containing compound into MCM-41 matrix and investigate its electric properties from the perspective of magneto- and photosensitive applications. The samarium (III) chloride SmCl3 placed in mesoporous silica matrix MCM-41 with use of encapsulation technique was successfully synthesised. Electric properties of obtained nanohybrid encapsulate were investigated using impedance spectroscopy method. The character of impedance frequency dispersion, loss tangent and permittivity of MCM-41<SmCl3> synthesized material in darkness, under illumination and in magnetic field were determined. The thermogalvanic effect was observed and its mechanisms were analyzed. The observed magneto- and photoinduced negative capacitance effects for obtained МСМ-41 <SmCl3> nanohybrid opens up the possibilities for its application in nongyrator delay nanolines with optically and magnetically operable parameters.

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