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The (Tl0.5Pb0.5)Sr2(Ca0.9Gd0.1)Cu2Oy superconductor has been fabricated by the wet chemical gel technique. The structure of the superconductor was determined as a Tl-1212 tetragonal structure by X-ray diffraction technique. Magnetic properties of the specimen were characterized by measurements of the real and imaginary parts of ac susceptibility in function of the temperature and of the ac applied magnetic field. The peaks of imaginary part of ac susceptibility shifted to lower temperatures upon increasing magnetic field. Taking advantage of the Bean model, the critical current densities of the samples were calculated. The temperature dependences of the critical current were successfully fitted using the powerlaw from thermally activated magnetic flux creep model.
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We report magnetisation and electron spin resonance (ESR) measurements on colossal magnetoresistive manganites La0.67Ca0.33Mn1-x FexO3 with x = 0, 0.01, 0.03, 0.06, 0.10 and 0.15 in the vicinity of the magnetic (TC) and metal- insulator (TMI) transition temperatures. Above TC the resonance lines with g?2 are caused by the ferromagnetic metallic clusters exhibiting the double exchange interaction between Mn3+-Mn4+ ions. The lines were observed with cooling far below both TC and TMI and were fitted by Dysonian line-shape. Temperature dependences of the linewidths exhibited a minimum value at Tmin?1.25 TC followed by an increase of the width with further cooling toward TC. The anomalous behaviour of the line-width below Tmin is due to an appearance of a ferromagnetic metallic phase within the paramagnetic matrix. The role of phase segregation in which the compounds are phase - separated into a mixture of ferromagnetic and paramagnetic regions is discussed.
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1 at.% 119Sn doped La0.67Ca0.33MnO3 compound was studied by Mössbauer spectroscopy, magnetization, AC susceptibility and resistivity measurements. Huge separation (66 K) of the transition temperatures from the ferromagnetic (FM) to paramagnetic (PM) state (TC) and from metallic to insulating state (TM-I) clearly shows that transition from FM metallic to PM insulator phase goes via FM insulator phase. The Mn lattice dynamics was studied by the relative changes of Lamb-Mössbauer factor f as a function of temperature. In the Debye approximation from the calculated ln(f/f0) values of the characteristic Debye temperatures (čD) were estimated for the FM (368(10) K) and PM (391(6) K) phases. No anomaly of -ln(f/f0) at TM-I and its rather spurious increase around TC was found. The 119Sn isotope as a local diamagnetic probe samples the transferred hyperfine field (Bhf) from its neighbour Mn magnetic moments and witnesses the dynamics of the Mn moments. Theoretical curve based on the molecular field theory was fitted to the experimental values of Bm hf ax and the value of the ordering temperature (TC * H 280 K) of Mn moments inside the large FM domains was estimated. It is much higher than the TC (172 K) obtained from magnetization measurement. The coexistence of FM and PM phases, which is evident from the shape of our 119Sn Mössbauer spectra, was confirmed for temperatures T e 150 K and indicates the inhomogeneous character of the magnetic transition.
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The magnetic field and temperature dependencies of dispersive and absorption components of low frequency dynamic susceptibility for some bismuth and thallium based ceramic high-temperature supeconductors as well as for a bismuth single crystal have been measured and analysed. These physical properties differ considerably from those of conventional low temperature superconductors. The changes are due to the influence of the integrain microstructure which dominates the low magnetic field behaviour and the integrain behaviour at higher magnetic field. Critical current densities have been extracted from comparison of the experimental data with the superconducting critical state model.
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