Sandip Chatterjee - Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology

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Sandip Chatterjee
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Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology
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Chennai
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India

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Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons (6)
 
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Publications Authored By Sandip Chatterjee

Structural, resistivity, thermoelectric power and magneto-transport properties of Cu doped Bi2Te3 topological insulators have been investigated. The occurrence of the tuning of charge carriers from n type to p type by Cu doping at Te sites of Bi2Te3 is observed both from Hall effect and thermoelectric power measurements. Carrier mobility decreases with the doping of Cu which provides evidence of the movement of Fermi level from bulk conduction band to the bulk valence band. Read More

Co doped ZnV2O4 has been investigated by Synchrotron X-ray diffraction, Magnetization measurement and Extended X-ray absorption fine structure (EXAFS) analysis. With Co doping in the Zn site the system moves towards the itinerant electron limit. From Synchrotron and magnetization measurement it is observed that there is an effect in bond lengths and lattice parameters around the magnetic transition temperature. Read More

2014Dec
Affiliations: 1Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, 2Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, 3Department of Physics, Banaras Hindu University, 4Department of Physical Sciences, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Sikkim University, 5Department of Physical Sciences, School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Sikkim University, 6School of Physical Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, 7School of Physical Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, 8Department of Physics, Banaras Hindu University, 9Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology

The structural, magnetic, electrical and transport properties of FeV2O4, by doping Li and Cr ions respectively in A and B sites, have been studied. Dilution of A-site by Li doping increases the ferri-magnetic ordering temperature and decreases the ferroelectric transition temperature. This also decreases the V-V distances which in effect increases the A-V coupling. Read More

The structural, magnetic and transport properties have been studied of Li doped CoV2O4 and FeV2O4. Li doping increases the ferri-magnetic ordering temperature of both the samples but decreases the spin-glass transition temperature of CoV2O4. The Li-doping decreases the V-V distance which in effect increases the A-V coupling. Read More

The chemical pressure effect on the structural, transport, magnetic and electronic properties (by measuring X-ray photoemission spectroscopy) of ZnV2O4 has been investigated by doping Mn and Co on the Zinc site of ZnV2O4. With Mn doping the V-V distance increases and with Co doping it decreases. The resistivity and thermoelectric power data indicate that as the V-V distance decreases the system moves towards Quantum Phase Transition. Read More

X-ray absorption near edge spectra (XANES) and magnetization of Zn doped MnV2O4 have been measured and from the magnetic measurement the critical exponents and magnetocaloric effect have been estimated. The XANES study indicates that Zn doping does not change the valence states in Mn and V. It has been shown that the obtained values of critical exponents \b{eta}, {\gamma} and {\delta} do not belong to universal class and the values are in between the 3D Heisenberg model and the mean field interaction model. Read More

Magnetization, neutron diffraction and X-ray diffraction of Zn doped MnV2O4 as a function of temperature have been measured and the critical exponents and magnetocaloric effect of this system have been estimated. It is observed, that with increase in Zn substitution the noncollinear orientation of Mn spins with the V spins decreases which effectively leads to the decrease of structural transition temperature more rapidly than Curie temperature. It has been shown that the obtained values of {\beta}, {\gamma} and {\delta} from different methods match very well. Read More