Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 1994
Nanoparticles of metallic iron on carbon supports have been studied in situ by use of Mossbauer spectroscopy. The magnetic anisotropy energy constant increases with decreasing particle size, presumably because of the influence of surface anisotropy. Chemisorption of oxygen results in formation of a surface layer with magnetic hyperfine fields similar to those of thicker passivation layers, and with a ferromagnetic coupling to the spins in the core of the particles. In contrast, thicker passivation layers have a noncollinear spin structure.
|Journal||Physical Review Letters|
Copyright (1994) by the American Physical Society.
|Citations||Web of Science® Times Cited: 373|
- LAYER, FE(001), FE PARTICLES, MICROCRYSTALS, EXTERNAL MAGNETIC-FIELDS, MOSSBAUER
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