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Structural, magnetic and transport properties of 2D structured perovskite oxychalcogenides

Abstract : We have been looking for new potential thermoelectric materials in the family of 2D structured perovskite oxychalcogenides containing [Cu2Ch2]2− blocks (Ch = S or Se). Using high temperature syntheses, a new oxyselenide Sr2CuFeO3Se has been isolated and its structure has been compared to the isotypes sulfides, Ca2CuFeO3S and Sr2CuFeO3S, prepared by the same technique. By combining powder XRD and TEM analyses their composition and structure were analyzed. They all three crystallize in the Sr2CuGaO3S-type structure, with only the oxyselenide showing a Fe deficiency which is related to the stacking faults evidenced by high resolution TEM. Transport and magnetic properties of the samples have been studied; especially their electrical resistivity is characterized by high values in the range from 1 to 10 kΩ cm at 300 K. Thermoelectric potential of these materials is also discussed.
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David Berthebaud, Oleg Lebedev, Denis Pelloquin, Antoine Maignan. Structural, magnetic and transport properties of 2D structured perovskite oxychalcogenides. Solid State Sciences, Elsevier, 2014, 36, pp.94-100. ⟨10.1016/j.solidstatesciences.2014.08.001⟩. ⟨hal-02264205⟩



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