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Journal of Applied Physics 97,10 (2005) 10M106;


Magnetic and transport properties of single-crystalline In1-xMnxSe (x=0.01 and 0.10) have been measured. In1-xMnxSe exhibits a prominent magnetization hysteresis between 90 and 290 K. In,-xMnxSe is conducting with increasing resistance at low temperatures and a small hysteresis between 90 and 290 K with the cooling trace having lower resistivity. The magnetization above and below the hysteresis is consistent with a paramagnetic signal. A Curie-Weiss fit to the data yields a value of J(eff)/k(B)=-240 K. The data are consistent with a saturated component contributing to the hysteresis and a paramagnetic phase that scales with concentration. (c) 2005 American Institute Of Physics.


gallium;; indium;; transitions;; selenide;; crystal;; gaas;; gase

Date of this Version

January 2005



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