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Magnetism and magnetoelectricity of a U-type hexaferrite Sr4Co2Fe36O60

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7 Author(s)
Okumura, K. ; Division of Materials Physics, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University, Toyonaka, Osaka 560-8531, Japan ; Ishikura, T. ; Soda, M. ; Asaka, T.
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We report on structural, magnetic, and magnetoelectric (ME) properties of a U-type hexaferrite Sr4Co2Fe36O60 prepared by solid state reaction. Samples sintered at 1150–1180 °C in oxygen contain the fewest impurity phases and show highly insulating behavior. Powder neutron diffraction results reveal that a commensurate magnetic order with a (0,0,3/2) propagation vector develops below TN2∼350 K. Corresponding to the appearance of the magnetic order, the sample shows a small ME effect. These results suggest that Sr4Co2Fe36O60 is a room-temperature ME material in which the origin of the ME effect is similar to those of other ME hexaferrites.

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Applied Physics Letters  (Volume:98 ,  Issue: 21 )