Alloys and Compounds of d-Elements with Main Group Elements. by H.P.J. Wijn, J.G. Booth, Y. Nakai, Y. Tsunoda

By H.P.J. Wijn, J.G. Booth, Y. Nakai, Y. Tsunoda

Volume 32 of crew III is a complement to quantity III/19 and bargains with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and steel compounds which comprise a minimum of one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32B offers accomplished and evaluated information on magnetic houses of alloys and compounds of d-elements with major staff parts released frequently within the prior decade.

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80. Zero-field-cooled (open circles) and field-cooled (solid circles) magnetization curves with H = 50 Oe for10 at% and 20 at%Co samples [91C1]. Fig. 116. CoxCu1−x. Zero-field-cooled magnetization curves (solid circles) with H = 10 Oe. 28 (open circles) [91C1]. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32B Ref. p. 10 3d elements with Cu 61 Ni− −Cu Ni and Cu form a continuous series of solid solutions [90m1]. Numerous experimental data were published before 1984 and are compiled in Landolt-Börnstein, vol.

Mn–Cu–Au. Temperature dependence of Hall coefficient RH [88B1]. 10 3d elements with Cu [Ref. p. 105 Fig. 101. Mn–Cu–Au. Magnetic contribution to the electrical resistivity vs. temperature [89S1]. 4⋅10−5 at% Fe at room temperature. The stable state at low temperature is an FeCu alloy with Fe precipitates. Magnetism of precipitates is beyond the scoop of the present subsection. Supersaturated FeCu solid solution with Fe concentration below 4 at% is available by rapid quenching from high temperature.

917. 4 K. The inset shows the calculated magnitude for a thin foil sample [85G3]. Fig. 64. 98. ESR resonance frequency ν vs. H diagram at T ≈ 3 K (Tf = 17 K). The right-hand side of the diagram corresponds to H parallel to Hcl, cooling field, and the left-side corresponds to H antiparallel to Hcl, where Hcl = 12 kOe. Solid and dashed-dotted lines are theoretical predictions for three modes, ω+ ω– and ωL, in vector and triad models, respectively. Conversion is via ω /γ = (h/2 µB)ν [84H2]. 10 3d elements with Cu Fig.

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