Crystal Growth and Magnetic Properties of the New Iridates Ln1−xNa1+xIrO4 (Ln = Gd–Er, Y; x = 0.04–0.25)
We report the single crystal structures and magnetic properties of a series of lanthanide-containing iridates, Ln1−xNa1+xIrO4 (Ln = Gd–Er, Y; x = 0.04–0.26) grown from a mixed sodium and cesium hydroxide flux. The compounds crystallize in the hexagonal space group P-62m (#189) with lattice parametersranging from a = 9.3872(2)–9.4596(3) Å and c = 3.1512(1)–3.2030(2) Å and are structurally related to other iridium oxides. The oxidation state of iridium ranges from +4.08 (Gd) to +4.50 (Er). Magnetic susceptibility measurements reveal the existence of antiferromagnetic correlations below 15 K.
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Published in Solid State Sciences, Volume 9, Issue 7, 2007, pages 555-563.
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Mugavero, S., Smith, M., & zur Loye, H.-C. (2007). Crystal Growth and Magnetic Properties of the New Iridates Ln1−xNa1+xIrO4 (Ln = Gd–Er, Y; x = 0.04–0.25). Solid State Sciences, 9(7), 555–563. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.solidstatesciences.2007.03.006