Formation and Properties of Magnetic Nanocrystallites Embedded in Carbon Beads
Marcin Leonowicz , M. Izydorzak , A. D. Pomogailo , G. Dzhardimaleva
AbstractFerromagnetic or superparamagnetic nanocrystallites, stabilized in carbon matrix, were prepared by the procedure comprising formation of the appropriate metal acrylamide complex, followed by frontal polymerization and pyrolysis of the polymer. The pyrolysis products were in a form of beads, which contained in their volume randomly distributed nanocrystallites. The nanocrystallites had various composition, magnetic properties and sizes ranging from few to tens of nanometers, depending on the element type. Application of this procedure stabilizes the nanostructure and enables processing of nanoparticles within a narrow window of sizes. The magnetic parameters depend on the crystallite size, determined by their chemical composition. The nanocrystallites pyrolysed at 773 K exhibited ferromagnetic properties for Co and Fe, and superparamagnetic behaviour for the Ni.
|Book||Zaginaichenko Svetlana Yu., Schur Dmitry V., Skorokhod Valeriy V., Veziroglu Ayfer, İbrahimoğlu Beycan (eds.): Carbon Nanomaterials in Clean Energy Hydrogen Systems - II, NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security, no. 2, 2011, Springer Netherlands, ISBN 978-94-007-0898-3, 978-94-007-0899-0|
|Keywords in English||Composition, Environment, general, Hysteresis, Magnetic nanocrystallite, Nanotechnology, Physics, general, Polymerization, Power Electronics, Electrical Machines and Networks, Pyrolysis, Renewable and Green Energy, Superparamagnetism, TEM microscopy|
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