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Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Phosphide Films from Single-Source Molecular Precursors
243rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition (2012)
  • Adam C. Colson, Rice University
  • Chi-Wei Chen, Rice University
  • Emilia Morosan, Rice University
  • Kenton H. Whitmire, Rice University
Abstract
The single-source molecular precursors H<sub>2</sub>Fe<sub>3</sub>(CO)<sub>9</sub>PR (R = <sup>t</sup>Bu or Ph) have been used to prepare ferromagnetic Fe<sub>3</sub>P films. These films were prepared using a simple, homebuilt, low-pressure MOCVD apparatus. The Fe<sub>3</sub>P films have been studied using a variety of analytical techniques, and the structural, spectroscopic, and magnetic data obtained from the films is in excellent agreement with data obtained from pure bulk Fe<sub>3</sub>P. In a similar manner, the single-source precursor FeMn(CO)<sub>8</sub>(m-PH<sub>2</sub>) has been used to prepare heterobimetallic films containing iron, manganese, and phosphorus. Synthetic and analytical details will be presented.
Disciplines
Publication Date
March 29, 2012
Location
San Diego, CA
Citation Information
Adam C. Colson, Chi-Wei Chen, Emilia Morosan and Kenton H. Whitmire. "Synthesis and Characterization of Metal Phosphide Films from Single-Source Molecular Precursors" 243rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition (2012)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/adam-colson/7/