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Microstructural and high-frequency magnetic characteristics of W-type barium ferrites doped with V2O5

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6 Author(s)
Wu, Y.P ; Centre for Superconducting and Magnetic Materials and Department of Physics, National University of Singapore, 10 Kent Ridge Road, Singapore 119260, Singapore ; Ong, C.K. ; Li, Z.W. ; Chen, Linfeng
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The microstructure, static, and dynamic magnetic properties have been investigated for BaCoZnFe16O27 doped with small amounts of V2O5 from 0 to 1.5 wt %. The results show that the doping of V2O5 can significantly improve the dynamic properties of W-type barium ferrites at microwave frequency. As compared to the undoped sample, the permeabilities μ0 and μmax increase by about 42% and 67%, respectively, for the sample doped with 1.0 wt % of V2O5. Due to the V2O5 doping, perfect hexagonal-plate grains are formed, leading to the decrease in the natural resonance frequency, due to the large demagnetizing effect. The predicted reflection loss shows that the maximum relative bandwidth Wmax=fup/flow reaches 3.9 for attenuation of more than 10 dB in the sample doped with 1.0 wt % of V2O5. This is a good candidate for electromagnetic materials with low reflectivity and broadband at microwave frequency.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:97 ,  Issue: 6 )