Tuesday, July 23, 2013

1307.5464 (L. Kilanski et al.)

Magnetic properties of Sn/1-x/Cr/x/Te diluted magnetic semiconductors    [PDF]

L. Kilanski, A. Podgórni, M. Górska, W. Dobrowolski, V. E. Slynko, E. I. Slynko
We present the studies of Sn/1-x/Cr/x/Te semimagnetic semiconductors with chemical composition x ranging from 0.004 to 0.012. The structural characterization indicates that even at low average Cr-content x < ?0.012, the aggregation into micrometer size clusters appears in our samples. The magnetic properties are affected by the presence of clusters. In all our samples we observe the transition into the ordered state at temperatures between 130 and 140 K. The analysis of both static and dynamic magnetic susceptibility data indicates that the spin-glass-like state is observed in our samples. The addition of Cr to the alloy seems to shift the spin-glass-like transition from 130 K for x = 0.004 to 140 K for x = 0.012.
View original: http://arxiv.org/abs/1307.5464

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