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|Title:||Paramagnetic defects in manganese-doped lead tungstate|
|Authors:||Asatryan, G. R.|
Vazhenin, V. A.
Potapov, A. P.
|Citation:||Paramagnetic defects in manganese-doped lead tungstate / G. R. Asatryan, M. Nikl, V. A. Vazhenin [et al.] // Physics of the Solid State. — 2013. — Vol. 55. — № 1. — P. 116-122.|
|Abstract:||In manganese-doped PbWO4 crystals, low-intensity signals of triclinic clusters Mn4+-VO and Fe3+-VPb have been revealed in addition to signals of Mn2+ tetragonal centers. The Mn4+-VO cluster is formed by a Mn4+ ion in the W6+ position, which is associated with a vacancy of the nearest neighbor O2-ion, and the Fe3+-VPb cluster consists of a Fe3+ ion substituting for Pb2+ with a local compensation of by a lead vacancy. It has been shown that, in PbWO4: Mn, there is also a small amount of Mn4+ tetragonal centers located in the Pb2+ position with a nonlocal compensation of an excess charge. © 2013 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.|
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