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From nanotubes to single crystals: Co doped TiO2
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Abstract

Millimeter-sized cobalt doped rutile crystals with a bi-pyramidal shape are obtained by chemical vapour transport using scroll-type HTiO nanotubes as a precursor in which Co ions are introduced by a simple ion exchange method prior to the growth. Despite the low concentration of Co dopants (5 × 10 cm), the resistivity of the single crystal shows a metallic behaviour above 50 K and the Seebeck coefficient has the signatures of polaronic quasiparticles. The magnetic properties of the material show a weak anti-ferromagnetic interaction between the spins on Co atoms below 50 K. This synthesis method could be beneficial for the growth of a large variety of doped TiO single crystals.

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