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Influence of processing C60 fullerite by pressing on its crystalline structure and magnetic properties
Author(s): Alexander V. Brodovoi; V. G. Kolesnichenko; L. L. Kolomiyets; S. M. Solonin; Valery V. Skorokhod; B. M. Bulakh; S. P. Kolesnik
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Paper Abstract

In the current work the changes in a crystalline structure and the change of magnetic and resonant properties occurring in the powder of fullerite, deformed under conditions of free upsetting at room temperature have been investigated. The analysis of the ratio of the discovered broadening of x- ray reflexes allows believing that broadening is caused by microstresses, which have rather a great value. According to ESR research data the supposition has been made that torn off valence bonds of atoms of carbon, which appear because of mechanical damages under the deformation, are responsible for the changes of magnetic properties observed.

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Date Published: 4 November 1999
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 3890, Fourth International Conference on Material Science and Material Properties for Infrared Optoelectronics, (4 November 1999); doi: 10.1117/12.368366
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Alexander V. Brodovoi, Institute for Problems in Materials Science (Ukraine)
V. G. Kolesnichenko, Institute for Problems in Materials Science (Ukraine)
L. L. Kolomiyets, Institute for Problems in Materials Science (Ukraine)
S. M. Solonin, Institute for Problems in Materials Science (Ukraine)
Valery V. Skorokhod, Institute for Problems in Materials Science (Ukraine)
B. M. Bulakh, Institute of Semiconductor Physics (Ukraine)
S. P. Kolesnik, Institute of Semiconductor Physics (Ukraine)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3890:
Fourth International Conference on Material Science and Material Properties for Infrared Optoelectronics
Fiodor F. Sizov, Editor(s)

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