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Magnetic Sensitive Ceramic Composites based on La0.7Sr0.3MnO3


Magnetic Sensitive Ceramic Composites based on La0.7Sr0.3MnO3

Chebanova E.V., Prutsakova N.V., Belokobilsky M.V., Bogatin A.S., Kubrin S.P., Kabirov Yu.V.

Incoming article date: 01.04.2019

Biphasic composite materials were synthesized near the La0.7Sr0.3MnO3-based percolation threshold and the second phase, which is an inorganic or organic compound — polyvinyl acetate, paraffin, carboxymethylcellulose, sucrose, and ultrafine silver particles. For composites with an organic matrix, the magnetoresistance values ​​do not exceed 2%, and for composites with silver particles - 8%. The values ​​of isotropic negative magnetoresistance for ceramic samples of 80% LSMO / 20% GeO2 (mass%) reach 13% in a 15 kOu magnetic field with a sensitivity of about 1% / ke in the low-field region. High chemical and radiation stability of these glass composites should be noted. The magnetoresistive properties of such compounds slightly decreased after 60 days of being in water with a salinity of 35 ppm. Composites of 80% LSMO / 20% GeO2 were exposed to X-rays with a dose of 7 Sv from the Co57 source. The magnetoresistive properties and electrical resistance of these composites did not change after that.

Keywords: lanthanum strontium manganite, ceramic two-phase material, one-step synthesis, radiation exposure, magnetoresistance, percolation threshold, dielectric constant, barrier layer, spin-dependent tunneling, spin polarization