Synthesis and Characterization of Rb<SUB>x</SUB>Mn[Fe(CN)]<SUB>6</SUB> and Mn<SUB>3</SUB>[Cr(CN)<SUB>6</SUB>]<SUB>2</SUB>
AbstractWe present the synthesis and detailed characterization of RbxMn[Fe(CN)]6 and Mn3[Cr(CN)6]2 compounds. The composition of the materials significantly depends on the preparation conditions. Analysis of Raman spectroscopic results and X-ray powder diffraction data yielded a further assessment of the changes in structural features. The characteristic individual magnetic behavior, as well as the metal-to-metal charge-transfer capabilities of the various samples, could be related to significant changes within the structure that appear to be associated with the synthesis method used.
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Phu, P. K., Thuan, N. M., Trung, T. N., & Minh, N. V. (2011). Synthesis and Characterization of Rb<SUB>x</SUB>Mn[Fe(CN)]<SUB>6</SUB> and Mn<SUB>3</SUB>[Cr(CN)<SUB>6</SUB>]<SUB>2</SUB>. Communications in Physics, 21(1), 19. https://doi.org/10.15625/0868-3166/21/1/87
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