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Title: Characterization of Fe states in dilute 57 Mn implanted SnO 2 film
Authors: Gunnlaugsson, H.P. 
Nomura, K. 
Mølholt, Torben Esmann 
Shayestehaminzadeh, S. 
Johnston, K. 
Mantovan, R. 
Masenda, H. 
Ncube, M. 
Bharuth-Ram, Krish 
Gislason, H. 
Langouche, G. 
Naidoo, D. 
Ólafsson, S. 
Weyer, G. 
Keywords: SnO2;57Mn implantation;Emission Mössbauer spectroscopy;Defects
Issue Date: Apr-2014
Publisher: Springer Link
Source: Gunnlaugsson, H.P.; Nomura, K.; Mølholt, T. E.; Shayestehaminzadeh, S.; Johnston, K.; Mantovan, R.; Masenda, H.; Ncube, M.; Bharuth-Ram, K.; Gislason, H.; Langouche, G.; Naidoo, D.; Ólafsson, S. and Weyer, G. 2014. Characterization of Fe states in dilute 57 Mn implanted SnO 2 film. Hyperfine Interactions. Vol 226 (1) : 389-396.
Abstract: States of dilute Fe in SnO2 have been monitored using 57Fe emission Mössbauer spectroscopy following implantation of 57Mn (T 1/2 = 85.4 s) in the temperature range from 143 K to 711 K. A sharp annealing stage is observed at ~330 K where the Fe3 + /Fe2 +  ratio shows a marked increase. It is suggested that this annealing stage is due to the dissociation of Mn-VO pairs during the lifetime of 57Mn; the activation energy for this dissociation is estimated to be 0.9(1) eV. Fe3 +  is found in a paramagnetic state showing spin-lattice relaxation rates consistent with an expected T 2 dependence derived for a Raman process. In addition, a sharp lined doublet in the Mössbauer spectra is interpreted as due to recoil produced interstitial Fe.
Description: Copyright: 2014. Springer Link. Due to copyright restrictions, only the abstract is available. For access to the full text item, please consult the publisher's website. The definitive version of the work is published in Hyerfine Interactions, April 2014, Vol. 226, No. 1, pp. 389-396
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10321/1468
ISSN: 0304-3843
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