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dc.contributor.authorKumar L.-
dc.contributor.authorDatta J.-
dc.contributor.authorRay P.P.-
dc.contributor.authorMandal, Tapas Kumar-
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Solid State Chemistry(2020), 282-
dc.description.abstractThe compounds of the title series, A MTiSbO (A ​= ​Sr, Ba; M ​= ​Mn, Co), are prepared by conventional solid-state reactions. Rietveld structure refinements establish stabilization of complete B-site disordered 3C perovskite structures (space group Pm-3m, No.221) for the Sr containing compounds with all corner connected M /Ti /Sb O octahedra, while for Ba analogs a 6H perovskite structure (space group P6 /mmc, No. 194) is adopted with corner and edge shared octahedral connectivity. While the HR-TEM and SAED reaffirmed the above structure types, XPS supported +3 oxidation states for the transition metals, Mn and Co. Magnetic data revealed paramagnetic behavior down to 5 ​K for the hexagonal perovskites, Ba MnTiSbO and Ba CoTiSbO , while the cubic perovskites, Sr MnTiSbO and Sr CoTiSbO , showed antiferromagnetic-type transitions at ~ 10 and 20 ​K, respectively. The low temperature (at 5 ​K) hysteretic behavior seen in the M ​− ​H data for Sr CoTiSbO is indicative of very weak ferromagnetic interactions, which may originate from a cluster-glass type behavior due to cation–disorder at the B-sites of the 3C perovskite. The higher dielectric constant for the Co member perovskites than the Mn members is attributable to higher carrier mobility, while relatively high dielectric constant for the 3C perovskites is perhaps due to their increased space charge polarization as compared to that of the 6H members.-
dc.publisherAcademic Press Inc.-
dc.relation.ispartofJournal of Solid State Chemistry-
dc.subjectA3MTiSbO9 (A = Sr, Ba-
dc.subjectM = Mn, Co)-
dc.subjectCubic (3C) perovskites-
dc.subjectDielectric property-
dc.subjectHexagonal (6H) perovskites-
dc.subjectmagnetic property-
dc.subjectAntimony compounds-
dc.subjectBarium compounds-
dc.subjectCobalt compounds-
dc.subjectDielectric properties-
dc.subjectMagnetic properties-
dc.subjectManganese compounds-
dc.subjectSolid state reactions-
dc.subjectStrontium compounds-
dc.subjectA3MTiSbO9 (A = Sr,-
dc.titleComposition dependent 3C and 6H perovskites, A3MTiSbO9 (A = Sr, Ba; M = Mn, Co): Structural, magnetic and dielectric properties-
dc.affiliationKumar, L., Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Roorkee, Uttarakhand 247667, India-
dc.affiliationDatta, J., Department of Physics, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal 700032, India-
dc.affiliationRay, P.P., Department of Physics, Jadavpur Unive-
dc.description.fundingUniversity Grants Commission, UGC.L. Kumar gratefully acknowledges University Grant Commission, New Delhi for providing research fellowship. The authors are thankful to the MMED, IITR for providing HR-TEM facility. The IIC, IITR is thanked for providing various other instrumental faciliti-
dc.description.correspondingauthorMandal, T.K.; Department of Chemistry, India; email:
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