Preparation and characterization of SiO2-coated submicron-sized L10 Fe-Pt particles

Yoshiaki Hayashi, Tomoyuki Ogawa, Kazushi Ishiyama

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Abstract

The development of magnets with higher performance is attracting increasing interest. The optimization of their microstructure is essential to enhance their properties, and a microstructure comprising magnetically isolated hard magnetic grains of a single-domain size has been proposed as an ideal structure for enhancing the coercivity of magnets. To obtain magnets with an ideal structure, we consider the fabrication of magnets by an approach based on core/shell nanoparticles with a hard magnetic core and a non-magnetic shell. In this study, to obtain particles for our proposed approach, we attempted to fabricate L10 Fe-Pt/SiO2-core/shell particles with submicron-sized cores less than the critical single-domain size. The fabrication of such core/shell particles was confirmed from morphology observations and XRD analysis of the particles. Although the formation of more desirable core/shell particles with submicron-sized single-crystal cores in the single-domain size range was not achieved, the fabricated core/shell particles showed a high coercivity of 25 kOe.

Original languageEnglish
Article number056416
JournalAIP Advances
Volume8
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018 May 1

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Physics and Astronomy(all)

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