Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano

Zhang F, Taake C, Huang B, You X, Ojiyed H, Shen Q, Dugulan I, Caron L, van Dijk N, Bruck E (2022)
Acta Materialia 224: 117532.

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Zhang, Fengqi; Taake, ChrisUniBi; Huang, Bowei; You, Xinmin; Ojiyed, Hamutu; Shen, Qi; Dugulan, Iulian; Caron, LuanaUniBi; van Dijk, Niels; Bruck, Ekkes
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In the field of nanoscale magnetocaloric materials, novel concepts like micro-refrigerators, thermal switches, microfluidic pumps, energy harvesting devices and biomedical applications have been proposed. However, reports on nanoscale (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si)-based materials, which are one of the most promising bulk materials for solid-state magnetic refrigeration, are rare. In this study we have synthesized (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si)-based nanoparticles, and systematically investigated the influence of crystallite size and microstructure on the giant magnetocaloric effect. The results show that the decreased saturation magnetization (Ms) is mainly attributed to the increased concentration of an atomically disordered shell, and with a decreased particle size, both the thermal hysteresis and Tc are reduced. In addition, we determined an optimal temperature window for annealing after synthesis of 30 0-60 0 C and found that gaseous nitriding can enhance Ms from 120 to 148 Am(2)kg(-1) and the magnetic entropy change (delta S-m) from 0.8 to 1.2 Jkg(-1)K(-1) in a field change of delta mu H-0 = 1 T. This improvement can be attributed to the synergetic effect of annealing and nitration, which effectively removes part of the defects inside the particles. The produced superparamagnetic particles have been probed by high-resolution transmission electron microscopy, Mossbauer spectra and magnetic measurements. Our results provide important insight into the performance of giant magnetocaloric materials at the nanoscale.(C) 2021 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd on behalf of Acta Materialia Inc.
Stichworte
Magnetocaloric materials; (MnFe)2(PSi); Nanoparticles; Magnetization; Phase transition
Erscheinungsjahr
2022
Zeitschriftentitel
Acta Materialia
Band
224
Art.-Nr.
117532
ISSN
1359-6454
eISSN
1873-2453
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963466

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Zhang F, Taake C, Huang B, et al. Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano. Acta Materialia . 2022;224: 117532.
Zhang, F., Taake, C., Huang, B., You, X., Ojiyed, H., Shen, Q., Dugulan, I., et al. (2022). Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano. Acta Materialia , 224, 117532. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actamat.2021.117532
Zhang, F., Taake, C., Huang, B., You, X., Ojiyed, H., Shen, Q., Dugulan, I., Caron, L., van Dijk, N., and Bruck, E. (2022). Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano. Acta Materialia 224:117532.
Zhang, F., et al., 2022. Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano. Acta Materialia , 224: 117532.
F. Zhang, et al., “Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano”, Acta Materialia , vol. 224, 2022, : 117532.
Zhang, F., Taake, C., Huang, B., You, X., Ojiyed, H., Shen, Q., Dugulan, I., Caron, L., van Dijk, N., Bruck, E.: Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano. Acta Materialia . 224, : 117532 (2022).
Zhang, Fengqi, Taake, Chris, Huang, Bowei, You, Xinmin, Ojiyed, Hamutu, Shen, Qi, Dugulan, Iulian, Caron, Luana, van Dijk, Niels, and Bruck, Ekkes. “Magnetocaloric effect in the (Mn,Fe)(2)(P,Si) system: From bulk to nano”. Acta Materialia 224 (2022): 117532.

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