Crystal Structures and Magnetic Properties of Mixed Iridium−Ruthenium Triple Perovskites. 1. Ba3MRuIrO9 (M = Lanthanide, Y)
Crystal structures and magnetic properties of Ba3MRuIrO9 (M = lanthanides, Y) were investigated. Rietveld refinements using powder diffraction data indicate that all the compounds crystallize in the 6H-BaTiO3 structure type in space group P63/mmc. Magnetic susceptibility measurements were carried out on each compound. Effective magnetic moments were smaller than values estimated using spin-only moments, which indicate the presence of spin−orbit coupling and strong interactions in the [(Ru0.5Ir0.5)2O9] face-sharing octahedra that contain a disordered mixture of Ru and Ir on a single crystallographic site. Magnetic anomalies were observed for the compounds Ba3PrRuIrO9, Ba3TbRuIrO9, and Ba3NdRuIrO9 at 3.5, 13, and 8 K, respectively.
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Published in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 44, Issue 25, 2005, pages 9143-9153.
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Lufaso, M., & zur Loye, H.-C. (2005). Crystal Structures and Magnetic Properties of Mixed Iridium−Ruthenium Triple Perovskites. 1. Ba3MRuIrO9 (M = Lanthanide, Y). Inorganic Chemistry, 44(25), 9143–9153. https://doi.org/10.1021/ic051344z