This contribution is finalized at the discussion of the magnetic structure of two samples, belonging to phlogopite–annite [sample TK, chemical composition IV(Si2.76Al1.24) VI(Al0.64Mg0.72 Fe1.452+ Mn0.03Ti0.15) (K0.96Na0.05) O10.67 (OH)1.31 Cl0.02] and polylithionite–siderophyllite joints [sample PPB, chemical composition IV(Si3.14Al0.86)VI(Al0.75Mg0.01 Fe1.032+ Fe1.033+ Mn0.01Ti0.01Li1.09) (K0.99Na0.01) O10.00 (OH)0.65F1.35]. Samples differ for Fe ordering in octahedral sites, Fe2+/(Fe2+ + Fe3+) ratio, octahedral composition, defining a different environment around Fe cations, and layer symmetry. Spin-glass behavior was detected for both samples, as evidenced by the dependency of the temperature giving the peak in the susceptibility curve from the frequency of the applied alternating current magnetic field. The crystal chemical features are associated to the different temperature at which the maximum in magnetic susceptibility is observed: 6 K in TK, where Fe is disordered in all octahedral sites, and 8 K in PPB sample, showing a smaller and more regular coordination polyhedron for Fe, which is ordered in the trans-site and in one of the two cis-sites.

Magnetic behavior of trioctahedral micas with different octahedral Fe ordering / Pini, Stefano; Brigatti, Maria Franca; Affronte, Marco; Malferrari, Daniele; A., Marcelli. - In: PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS. - ISSN 0342-1791. - ELETTRONICO. - 39(8):(2012), pp. 665-674. [10.1007/s00269-012-0520-1]

Magnetic behavior of trioctahedral micas with different octahedral Fe ordering

PINI, Stefano;BRIGATTI, Maria Franca;AFFRONTE, Marco;MALFERRARI, Daniele;
2012

Abstract

This contribution is finalized at the discussion of the magnetic structure of two samples, belonging to phlogopite–annite [sample TK, chemical composition IV(Si2.76Al1.24) VI(Al0.64Mg0.72 Fe1.452+ Mn0.03Ti0.15) (K0.96Na0.05) O10.67 (OH)1.31 Cl0.02] and polylithionite–siderophyllite joints [sample PPB, chemical composition IV(Si3.14Al0.86)VI(Al0.75Mg0.01 Fe1.032+ Fe1.033+ Mn0.01Ti0.01Li1.09) (K0.99Na0.01) O10.00 (OH)0.65F1.35]. Samples differ for Fe ordering in octahedral sites, Fe2+/(Fe2+ + Fe3+) ratio, octahedral composition, defining a different environment around Fe cations, and layer symmetry. Spin-glass behavior was detected for both samples, as evidenced by the dependency of the temperature giving the peak in the susceptibility curve from the frequency of the applied alternating current magnetic field. The crystal chemical features are associated to the different temperature at which the maximum in magnetic susceptibility is observed: 6 K in TK, where Fe is disordered in all octahedral sites, and 8 K in PPB sample, showing a smaller and more regular coordination polyhedron for Fe, which is ordered in the trans-site and in one of the two cis-sites.
2012
39(8)
665
674
Magnetic behavior of trioctahedral micas with different octahedral Fe ordering / Pini, Stefano; Brigatti, Maria Franca; Affronte, Marco; Malferrari, Daniele; A., Marcelli. - In: PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS. - ISSN 0342-1791. - ELETTRONICO. - 39(8):(2012), pp. 665-674. [10.1007/s00269-012-0520-1]
Pini, Stefano; Brigatti, Maria Franca; Affronte, Marco; Malferrari, Daniele; A., Marcelli
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