ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE SITE OCCUPANCIES IN SPINEL FERRITES AND MANGANITES.

S. E. Dorris, Thomas O Mason

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Abstract

Thermoelectrically derived site occupancies in spinel ferrites were thermodynamically analyzed in terms of iron cation distribution between sublattices, and in spinel manganites in terms of manganese disproportionation on the octahedral sublattice. With the exception of Fe//3O//4:Me**2** plus systems, the ferrites conformed to the model of O'Neill and Navrotsky. Manganite data were linear in In K//D (disproportionation) vs T** minus **1 for a variety of systems.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Ceramics
EditorsFranklin F.Y. Wang
PublisherAmerican Ceramic Soc
Pages325-329
Number of pages5
Volume15
ISBN (Print)0916094707
Publication statusPublished - 1985

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Manganites
Ferrites
Manganese
Positive ions
Iron
Temperature

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Dorris, S. E., & Mason, T. O. (1985). ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE SITE OCCUPANCIES IN SPINEL FERRITES AND MANGANITES. In F. F. Y. Wang (Ed.), Advances in Ceramics (Vol. 15, pp. 325-329). American Ceramic Soc.

ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE SITE OCCUPANCIES IN SPINEL FERRITES AND MANGANITES. / Dorris, S. E.; Mason, Thomas O.

Advances in Ceramics. ed. / Franklin F.Y. Wang. Vol. 15 American Ceramic Soc, 1985. p. 325-329.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Dorris, SE & Mason, TO 1985, ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE SITE OCCUPANCIES IN SPINEL FERRITES AND MANGANITES. in FFY Wang (ed.), Advances in Ceramics. vol. 15, American Ceramic Soc, pp. 325-329.
Dorris SE, Mason TO. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE SITE OCCUPANCIES IN SPINEL FERRITES AND MANGANITES. In Wang FFY, editor, Advances in Ceramics. Vol. 15. American Ceramic Soc. 1985. p. 325-329
Dorris, S. E. ; Mason, Thomas O. / ELECTRICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE SITE OCCUPANCIES IN SPINEL FERRITES AND MANGANITES. Advances in Ceramics. editor / Franklin F.Y. Wang. Vol. 15 American Ceramic Soc, 1985. pp. 325-329
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