Thermodynamic properties of Na0.65CoO2
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Specific heat of the layered Na0.65CoO2 powder sample over the temperature region of 3-360 K has been studied. Features hinting at charge ordering below room-temperature were observed. Magnetic phase transition at 28 K as well as signs of short-range ordering confirm the 2D character of magnetism with weak inter-planar coupling in the system. Comparison to different 2D antiferromagnetic models suggests that the magnetic lattice is more square- than triangular-like, what could be favoured by the charge ordering.
Keywords:specific heat / low-dimensional magnetism / charge ordering
Source:Czechoslovak Journal of Physics, 2004, 54, D539-D542
- 12th Czech and Slovak Conference on Magnetism, Jul 12-15, 2004, Kosice, Slovakia