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Selective Metal Exsolution in BaFe2–yMy(PO4)2(M = Co2+, Ni2+) Solid Solutions

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The 2D-Ising ferromagnetic phase BaFe2+2(PO4)2 shows exsolution of up to one-third of its iron content (giving BaFe3+1.33(PO4)2) under mild oxidation conditions, leading to nanosized Fe2O3 exsolved clusters. Here we have prepared BaFe2–yMy(PO4)2 (M = Co2+, Ni2+; y = 0, 0.5, 1, 1.5) solid solutions to investigate the feasibility and selectivity of metal exsolution in these mixed metallic systems. For all the compounds, after 600 °C thermal treatment in air, a complete oxidation of Fe2+ to Fe3+ leaves stable M2+ ions, as verified by 57Fe Mössbauer spectroscopy, TGA, TEM, microprobe, and XANES. The size of the nanometric α-Fe2O3 clusters coating the main phase strongly depends on the yM metal concentration. For M-rich phases the iron diffusion is hampered so that a significant fraction of superparamagnetic α-Fe2O3 particles (100% for BaFe0.5–xCo1.5(PO4)2) was detected even at 78 K. Although Ni2+ and Co2+ ions tend to block Fe diffusion, the crystal structure of BaFe0.67Co1(PO4)2 demonstrates a fully ordered rearrangement of Fe3+ and Co2+ ions after Fe exsolution. The magnetic behaviors of the Fe-depleted materials are mostly dominated by antiferromagnetic exchange, while Co2+-rich compounds show metamagnetic transitions reminiscent of the BaCo2(PO4)2 soft helicoidal magnet.
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hal-03963523 , version 1 (30-01-2023)

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Ignacio Blazquez-Alcover, Sylvie Daviero-Minaud, Rénald David, Dmitry Filimonov, Marielle Huvé, et al.. Selective Metal Exsolution in BaFe2–yMy(PO4)2(M = Co2+, Ni2+) Solid Solutions. Inorganic Chemistry, 2015, Inorganic Chemistry, 54, pp.8733-8743. ⟨10.1021/acs.inorgchem.5b01360⟩. ⟨hal-03963523⟩
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