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The effect of carrier doping on magnetism and electronic behavior in double perovskite La2ZnIrO6.

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Summary of "The effect of carrier doping on magnetism and electronic behavior in double perovskite La2ZnIrO6."

Tuning of spin-orbit coupling and electron correlation effects in iridates by introducing electron or hole carriers can produce interesting physical phenomena. In this work, we experimentally investigate the electron/hole doping effect on magnetism and electrical transport in the canted antiferromagnetic (AFM) double perovskite La2ZnIrO6, where hole/electron doping are realized in two serial La2Zn1-xLixIrO6 (0≤x≤0.35) and La2Zn1-yGayIrO6 (0≤y≤0.3) compounds, respectively. The x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) reveals the existence of Ir5+ and Ir3+ oxide states in the Li+ and Ga3+ doped La2ZnIrO6. The magnetic susceptibilities and electron spin resonance (ESR) results reveal different responses between the Ir5+(5d4) and Ir3+ (5d6) ions in doped La2ZnIrO6, the Ir5+ ions have Van-Vleck paramagnetic contribution contrast to the completely nonmagnetic Ir3+ ions. Moreover, the Li+ doping cause more dramatic suppression of transition temperature (TN) and net ferromagnetic (FM) moments. All the Li+/Ga3+ doped samples remain Mott insulating state well fitted by the variable-range-hopping (VRH) transport mechanism. As a comparison, hole-doping is more effective to enhance the electrical conductivity than the case of electron, suggesting possible asymmetry of density of states nearby the Fermi level.

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Name: Journal of physics. Condensed matter : an Institute of Physics journal
ISSN: 1361-648X
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