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  • IPEN-DOC 27089

    PAES, S.C.; CORREA, B.S.; COSTA, M.S. ; SENA, C. ; CABRERA-PASCA, G.A. ; SAXENA, R.N. ; CARBONARI, A.W. . Effects of surfactant on the morphology of α-Bi2O3 synthesized by the Sol-gel method: hyperfine interaction study by PAC spectroscopy using 111In-111Cd nuclear probe nuclei. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, February 10-15, 2019, Goa, India. Abstract... Mumbai, India: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, 2019. p. 81-81.

    Abstract: Nano and micromaterial research, with a well-defined size and shape, has attracted attention from researchers in the areas of chemistry, physics, engineering and biomedicine, due to the wide range of possible applications such as: health, environment, catalysis and miniaturization of electronic devices. In this sense, the chemical routes of synthesis, such as Sol-Gel, are more prominent because it allows the production of particulate materials and thin films, with controllable size and morphology. In this work, bismuth oxide microparticles were synthesized by the Sol-Gel method using metallic bismuth (99.999% purity) in acid solution. Initially, bismuth was diluted with nitric acid solution and distilled water. After dilution, citric acid (600 mg) and ethylene glycol were added. The volume of ethylene glycol was varied from 1 to 3.75 mL, in order to study the morphological effects of its concentration. The samples were then subjected to the calcination process at 673 K for 12 hours. The samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), X-ray energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) and Raman spectroscopy. The XRD diffractograms and the Raman spectrum vibration bands showed that the synthesized samples correspond to the bismuth oxide in the alpha phase (α-Bi2O3) [1-3]. The EDS results show typical elements of bismuth oxide, without contaminants. The SEM images revealed different morphologies, ranging from the formation of flakes to microspherical particles with good size distribution (diameter 0.7 and 2.0 μm). All samples have a crystalline structure and vibration modes corresponding to the α-Bi2O3 phase, but these have totally different morphologies, which proves the dependence of the morphology with the concentration of ethylene glycol. In order to perform the PAC measurements, 111In-111Cd probe nuclei were diffused in the samples during synthesis. PAC measurements permitted the determination of electric quadrupole - hyperfine parameters as a function of temperature, from 50 to 673 K.

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  • IPEN-DOC 27090

    CORREA, B.S.; COSTA, M.S. ; SENA, C. ; CABRERA-PASCA, G.A. ; CARVALHO JUNIOR, R.N.; SAXENA, R.N. ; CARBONARI, A.W. . Hyperfine interaction study of iron oxide nanoparticles coated with Amazon ucuúba, bacaba and açaí, oils by PAC spectroscopy using 111In-111Cd nuclear probe nuclei. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, February 10-15, 2019, Goa, India. Abstract... Mumbai, India: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, 2019. p. 82-82.

    Abstract: The use of nanoparticles coated with different materials have been the subject of study by many researchers to improve the quality of nanomaterials for biomedical applications such as controlled drug delivery, image contrast and treatment of cancer by magnetic hyperthermia [1]. In this work we used ucuúba (virola surinamensis), bacaba (Oenocarpus bacaba Mart.) and açaí (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) oils to coat Fe3O4 nanoparticles. The ucuúba, bacaba and açaí are native tree of the Amazon forest, whose oils are rich in fatty acids present in different proportions, such as, lauric, myristic, steatic, oleic, palmitic, and linoleic acid. These pure oils, free of solvents, were obtained by the extraction method with carbon dioxide in the supercritical state [2], and added during the synthesis process of iron oxide nanoparticles by thermal decomposition method [3]. The samples were characterized by X-ray Diffraction (XRD), Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) and Perturbed Angular Correlation (PAC) spectroscopy. The XRD results confirmed the formation of Fe3O4 phase. The TEM results determined the average size to be (> 5 nm) and possible spherical morphology of the magnetite nanoparticles. In order to perform the PAC measurements, 111In-111Cd probe nuclei were diffused in the powder samples at 973 K for 2.5 h. PAC measurements permitted the determination of electric quadrupole and magnetic dipole -hyperfine parameters as a function of temperature. The Curie temperature in each case was determined to be ~ 855 K.

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  • IPEN-DOC 27087

    KRYLOV, V.I.; BOSCH-SANTOS, B. ; CABRERA-PASCA, G.A. ; CARBONARI, A.W. ; SAXENA, R.N. ; LEITE NETO, O.F.S. . Magnetic hyperfine field at 119Sn and 111Cd probes in Gd5Ge4 studied by Mössbauer and PAC spectroscopy. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, February 10-15, 2019, Goa, India. Abstract... Mumbai, India: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, 2019. p. 39-39.

    Abstract: The magnetic structure of Gd5Ge4 belonging to the family of giant magnetocaloric Gd5(Si1-xGex)4 alloys [1] has been examined by magnetization measurements in single crystal [2, 3], X-ray resonant magnetic scattering (XRMS) [4], and neutron powder diffraction (NPD [5]. Gd5Ge4 crystallizes in the orthorhombic structure (space group Pnma) having three non-equivalent Ge-sites. At low temperatures, the Gd magnetic moments are ferromagnetically (FM) aligned within the slabs along the c-direction, while their stacking in the b-direction is antiferromagnetic (AFM) below 127 K [2, 4]. In this work, the temperature dependence of the magnetic hyperfine field (HF) and electric quadrupole interaction on 119Sn and 111Cd probe nuclei in Gd5Ge4 compound have been investigated by Mössbauer and perturbed angular correlation (PAC) spectroscopy. At the saturation, the HF magnitudes reach of Bhf =28.0(5) T and Bhf= 12.6(5) T for 119Sn and 111Cd, respectively, which correspond to the FM local magnetic environment for these probes. It was found that 119Sn probes are placed in two Ge positions, whereas 111Cd probes are located in only one of the three Ge positions in Gd5Ge4. Temperature dependence of Bhf for both 119Sn and 111Cd probes in Gd5Ge4 present anomalous behavior. In the range from 20 K to 120K, the HF decreases almost linearly when temperature increases. These anomalous behavior of Bhf(T) for 119Sn and 111Cd probes are in agreement with the temperature variation of the magnetic (070) and (010) peak intensities that have been found in XRMS [3] and NPD [4] studies. The AFM ordering temperature of Gd5Ge4, TN=129(1) K, found from the Bhf (T) is in agreement with previous results of [2 - 5]. Changes of the values and sign of the quadrupole shift of Mössbauer spectra for 119Sn atoms with the increase of temperature from 30 to 50 K confirm the spin-flop transition in Gd5Ge4 [2, 4].

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  • IPEN-DOC 27088

    CORREA, B.S.; COSTA, M.S. ; SENA, C. ; CABRERA-PASCA, G.A. ; CARVALHO JUNIOR, R.N.; SAXENA, R.N. ; CARBONARI, A.W. . Study by perturbed angular correlation spectroscopy with 111In-111Cd of iron oxide nanoparticles synthesized using Amazon ucuúba, bacaba and açaí, oils. In: INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, February 10-15, 2019, Goa, India. Abstract... Mumbai, India: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, 2019. p. 80-80.

    Abstract: The use of nanoparticles coated with different materials are also a subject of study by many scientists to improve the quality of nanomaterials for biomedical applications such as controlled drug delivery, image contrast and treatment of cancer by magnetic hyperthermia [1]. In this work was used ucuúba (virola surinamensis), bacaba (Oenocarpus bacaba Mart.) and açaí (Euterpe oleracea Mart.) oils to coat Fe3O4 nanoparticles. The ucuúba, bacaba and açaí are native tree of the Amazon forest, whose oils is rich in fatty acids present in different proportions, such as, lauric, myristic, steatic, oleic, palmitic, and linoleic acid. These pure oils, free of solvents, was obtained by the extraction method with carbon dioxide in the supercritical state [2], and added to the synthesis process of iron oxide nanoparticles by thermal decomposition method [3]. The samples were characterized by X-ray diffraction (XRD), it was possible to verify the formation of Fe3O4 nanoparticles by the position and width of the intensity peaks. Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) were used to observe the average size (> 5 nm) and possible spherical morphology of the magnetite nanoparticles. In order to perform perturbed angular correlation spectroscopy (PAC) the powder samples were heated at 973 K for 2,5 h to diffuse the 111In-111Cd probe nuclei. Using this technique, it is possible determine the electric quadrupole and magnetic dipole hyperfine parameters of the samples as a function of temperature, and it was determined the Curie temperature of ~ 855 K for both samples. The results showed that it is possible synthesized Fe3O4 nanoparticles using ucuúba, bacaba and açaí oils.

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  • IPEN-DOC 23309

    KRYLOV, V.I.; BOSCH-SANTOS, B. ; CABRERA-PASCA, G.A. ; CARBONARI, A.W. ; SAXENA, R.N. ; MESTNIK-FILHO, J. . Temperature anomalies of the hyperfine magnetic fields on 111Cd probe nuclei in ferro- and antiferromagnetic phases of the ordered FeRh alloys. In: TEMST, KRISTIAAN (Ed.); VANTOMME, ANDRE (Ed.); COTTENIER, STEFAAN (Ed.); PEREIRA, LINO (Ed.) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON HYPERFINE INTERACTIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS, July 3-8, 2016, Leuven, Belgium. Abstract... Leuven, Belgium: Instituut voor Kern- en Stralingsfysica, 2016.

    Abstract: FeRh ordered alloy crystallizes in the bcc B2 structure [1], presents first order phase transition from antiferromagnetic (AF) ordering at low temperature to ferromagnetic (F) state above 350 K [2], and shows significant magnetocaloric effect near RT [3]. Recently, FeRh alloy has also been considered as an interesting material for spintronics applications [4]. In the AF state, FeRh has compensated AFII-type magnetic structure with μFe=3.3 μB and μRh=0. In the F state of FeRh both Fe and Rh atoms have magnetic moments of μFe=3.2 μB and μRh=0.9 μB, respectively [5]. The Fe – Rh compounds were studied by Mössbauer spectroscopy (MS) on 57Fe [6, 7] and 119Sn probe nuclei [8]. In this work, we have, for the first time, investigated the HFs for 111Cd probe atoms in two FeRh samples of different composition by perturbed γ-γ angular correlation (PAC) spectroscopy in the range from 40 K to a temperature above the TC. The alloy Fe0.48Rh0.52 (A1 sample) is AF at low temperatures. At the temperature Tt = 345 K the first order phase transition is observed, and this compound becomes F at the temperatures lower than TC = 685 K. The alloy Fe0.52Rh0.48 (A2 sample) is only ferromagnetic below TC = 800 K. It was established that in both alloys 111Cd probes substitute only Fe ions. The HFs values extrapolated to 0 K were found to be B1(0) =8.70(5) T and B2(0) =5.53(5) T for AF and F ordering of A1 and A2 samples, respectively. The HF in the AF state is almost 60% higher than the HF in the F alloy. The dependences B1 (T) and B2 (T) show anomalous behavior. At Tt = 345 K, phase transition AF-F is accompanied by a sharp decrease in the HF at 111Cd probe nuclei. Earlier, an increase of the corresponding HFs was observed for 57Fe atoms and 119Sn impurity atoms in the region of AF-F transition by MS in [6] and [8]. Analysis of B1(T) and B2(T) has allowed to obtain the temperature dependences of the competing contributions BFe (T) and BRh (T) to the HFs on 111Cd probe nuclei in FeRh alloys.

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