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Publication : The journal of physical chemistry. B

Applied magnetic field rejects the coating of ferromagnetic carbon from the surface of ferromagnetic cobalt: RAPET of CoZr2(acac)2(OiPr)8

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Published in The journal of physical chemistry. B - 07 Apr 2005

Pol VG, Pol SV, Gedanken A, Kessler VG, Seisenbaeva GA, Sung MG, Asai S

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 16851674

J Phys Chem B 2005 Apr;109(13):6121-5

We present the results of the RAPET (reaction under autogenic pressure at elevated temperatures) dissociation of CoZr(2)(acac)(2)(O(i)Pr)(8) at 700 degrees C in a closed Swagelok cell under an applied magnetic field of 10 T. It produces a mixture of carbon-coated and noncoated metastable ZrO(2) nanoparticles, bare metallic Co nanoparticles, and bare carbon. The same reaction in the absence of a magnetic field produces spherical Co and ZrO(2) particles in sizes ranging from 11 to 16 nm and exhibiting, at room temperature, metastable phases: fcc for cobalt and a tetragonal phase for zirconia. The metastable phases of Co and ZrO(2) are manifested because of a carbon shell of approximately 4 nm thickness anchored to their surfaces. The effect of an applied magnetic field to synthesize morphologically different, but structurally the same, products is the key topic of the present paper.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16851674