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The Magnetic Properties of Zn0.98Fe0.02O with Additional Cu Doping

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Samples Zn0.98Fe0.02O doped with additional Cu have been fabricated by a coprecipitation method. It is found that Zn0.98Fe0.02O without additional doping shows weak ferromagnetism at room temperature. The Cu doping has induced a light increase of magnetization in low temperature of 10 K. This result is consistent with bound magnetic polaron model relative to holes.

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Chang, T. and Wang, Y. (2014) The Magnetic Properties of Zn0.98Fe0.02O with Additional Cu Doping. World Journal of Engineering and Technology, 2, 179-183. doi: 10.4236/wjet.2014.23019.

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