A Novel Approach to FePt Assemblage and Synthesis

Becky Fuller, N.S. Hondow, George Koutsantonis, Martin Saunders, Robert Stamps

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FePt nanoparticles have been assembled on the surface of MCM-41 silicates. The incorporation resulted in highly dispersed particles. Under thermal treatment for 1 h at temperatures up to 560 degrees C, no signs of agglomeration occurred. The silicates have also been used as a template to assist in the solution synthesis of FePt particles. The resultant particles were distributed over the surface and possibly inside the silcate pores with a range of sizes (3-10 nm).
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)5271-5274
JournalThe Journal Of Physical Chemistry C
Issue number14
Publication statusPublished - 2008


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