Synthesis and Electronic and Magnetic Characterization of the Ternary Nitride (Fe0.8Mo0.2)MoN2
The new layered ternary transition metal nitride (Feo.8Moo.2)MoN2 has been synthesized in a single-step reaction by the ammonolysis of the transition-metal oxide, Fe2(MoO,i)3. Powder X-ray diffraction data were collected and the structure was refined using the Rietveld method (P31c, a = 2.8562(1) A, c = 10.9997(4) A). The structure consists of alternating layers of MN6 (M = Mo:Fe (1:4)) octahedra and M'N6 (M' = Mo) trigonal prisms. The magnetic susceptibility data display a maximum at 20 K. Four-probe conductivity measurements indicate poor metallic conductivity with a very small temperature dependence.
Published in Chemistry of Materials, Volume 7, Issue 10, 1995, pages 1824-1828.
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Bem, D. S., Olsen, H. P., & zur-Loye, H.-C. (1995.) Synthesis and Electronic and Magnetic Characterization of the Ternary Nitride (Fe0.8Mo0.2)MoN2. Chemistry of Materials, 7(10), 1824-1828. doi: 10.1021/cm00058a011