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Title: Magnetic properties and noncollinear spin structure of the tin-rich stannide Ho5Co6Sn18
Authors: Wang, CW
Karna, SK
Yanco, SI
Lee, CH
Avdeev, M
Lue, CS
Kuo, CN
Keywords: Magnetic susceptibility
Magnetism
Neutron diffraction
Matter
Physics
Holmium
Ferromagnetism
Quasi-elastic scattering
Issue Date: 28-Mar-2022
Publisher: American Physical Society
Citation: Wang, C.-W., Karna, S. K., Yano, S.-i., Lee, C.-H., Avdeev, M., Lue, C. S., & Kuo, C. N. (2022). Magnetic properties and noncollinear spin structure of the tin-rich stannide Ho5Co6Sn18. Physical Review B, 105(10), 104429. doi:10.1103/PhysRevB.105.104429
Abstract: We have investigated the magnetic, structural, and thermodynamic properties of Ho5Co6Sn18 through x-ray and neutron diffraction, magnetization, and specific heat measurements. Ho5Co6Sn18 displays a magnetic transition at TM=3.4K and can be described with the magnetic space group I41/ac′d′. The two holmium sublattices Ho(1) and Ho(2) exhibit different magnetic behaviors. Ferromagnetic order on the Ho(1) site develops into a net magnetization along the c axis below TM. In contrast, the ordering of the Ho(2) site is determined by geometric magnetic frustrations. The Ho(2) spins order into the noncollinear, two-in-two-out antiferromagnetic pattern on the Ho(2)4 tetrahedron. At 60 mK, the ordered moment of Ho(2) reaches 4.01(8)μB, which is about half of the Ho(1) moment. Upon the application of a magnetic field, ferromagnetic components along the c axis are induced on Ho(2), along with the in-plane antiferromagnetic components, indicating the XY-like spin anisotropy of the Ho(2) spins. A magnetic quasielastic neutron scattering signal is observed above TM and significantly weakens with the magnetic ordering. ©2022 American Physical Society.
URI: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.105.104429
https://apo.ansto.gov.au/dspace/handle/10238/13095
ISSN: 2469-9969
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