Balti, I., Mezni, A., Dakhlaoui-Omrani, A., Leone, P., Viana, B., Brinza, O., Smiri, L.-S. & Jouini, N. (2011) Comparative Study of Ni- and Co-Substituted ZnO Nanoparticles: Synthesis, Optical, and Magnetic Properties. J. Phys. Chem. C, 115 15758–15766.
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Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 1932-7447
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Mots-clés: doped zno, hydroxide, metal, morphological-characteristics, Nickel, polyol medium, room-temperature ferromagnetism, semiconductors, thin-films, zinc-oxide
Créateurs: Balti, Brinza, Dakhlaoui-Omrani, Jouini, Leone, Mezni, Smiri, Viana
Collection: J. Phys. Chem. C
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Ni- and Co-substituted ZnO nanoparticles were synthesized using forced hydrolysis of acetate metallic salts in a polyol medium. The X-ray diffraction patterns show a hexagonal wurtzite structure (space group P6(3)mc). The characteristic absorption bands of UV-vis-IR spectra are correlated with the d-d transitions of tetrahedrally coordinated Co2+ and Ni2+ ions in octahedral and tetrahedral sites. The photoluminescence spectra exhibited a typical ZnO UV-exitonic emission band around 380 nm and a broad band between 400 and 500 nm that might be ascribed to the intrinsic defects in the ZnO material. The transmission electron microscopy displays spherical particles with a diameter between 20 and 30 nm. The magnetic measurements reveal that Zn1-xNixO and Zn1-xCoxO nanoparticles show, respectively, ferromagnetic and paramagnetic behavior at 5 K. Homogeneous distributions of Co and Ni ions in the particles observed by filter imaging analysis indicates that there is no evidence of Co or Ni metal throughout the powders.
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