By Y. Nakamura (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)
Since 1970 numerous volumes of the Landolt-Börnstein New sequence have seemed that are dedicated to, or at the least contain, the magnetic houses of a few unique teams of gear. quantity 19 of staff III (Crystal and stable kingdom Physics) bargains with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and steel compounds containing a minimum of one transition aspect. the quantity of knowledge to be had has turn into so great that numerous subvolumes are had to hide all of it. the 1st subvolumes care for the intrinsic magnetic houses, i. e. these magnetic houses which count basically at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. information at the houses which additionally rely on the guidance of the samples measured, as for example, skinny motion pictures or amorphous alloys and the magnetic alloys utilized in technical functions, may be compiled within the final subvolumes of the sequence. the 1st subvolume, III/19 a, seemed in 1986. It covers the magnetic homes of metals and alloys of the 3d, 4d and 5d transition parts. the second one subvolume, III/19 b (1987), covers the magnetic houses of the binary metal alloys and compounds of 3d transition components with the weather of team 1B, 2B and 3B of the Periodic procedure. the current subvolume III/19 c completes the survey of the magnetic info of the steel compounds of d transition-elements with components of the most teams of the Periodic process of the weather. the most important teams of ternary compounds, i. e. the Heusler alloys and the compounds with perovskite constitution, are being handled in separate chapters.
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F&i. Concentrations dependence of the electronic specific heat coefficient [64 G I]. --. liq 3, II Nl NT! a 0 2 4 Si - Fig. 71. Fe-Si. Paramagnetic Curie temperature 0, Curie constant C, and effective magnetic moment pea, of Fe-Si alloys in cl-phase and liquid state [68 P I]. 0 Shift of the hypertine field for s7Fe in Fig. 75. F&i. Fe-Si alloys at room temperature relative to the hypertine field in iron as a function of distance from the Si solute atom. The curve is drawn through the experimental points, which were obtained by the analysis of the Miissbauer spectra of 57Fe in Fe-Si alloys [66 S I].
Fe, -,NixGe. Averagemagneticmomentper transition metal atom at OK and 10kOe vs. Ni content [84 K 1-J. 5 k. 5 Curie temperaturevs. Ni con- I 0 250 350 450 Fig. 141. ,NiJ,,,Ge. vs. [84 K I]. 6 Y E! st 150 @& 9 125 I 100 x- Fig. 140. Fe,-,Ni,Ge. tent [84 K 11. ig. 142. Fe,Ge,. Relative spontaneous magnctiation as a function of reducedtemperature[78 S 11. 2 Fe-Ge Ref. p. I06 erg iii? 0 T/T, - Fig. 144. Fe,Ge,. Temperature dependence of th e anisotropy constant K, [78 S I]. 4 8 16 kOe 12 HOPPl- K Fig.
P. **3 0. h K,(T) ~&/HI&J K) at “Fe magnetic structure H~,~~/fhdO K) at 57Fe crystal structure xg(T) Nakamura Table 10 10 10 10 46 [Ref. p. 2 Fe-Ge Table 10. Magnetic and related properties of Fe,Ge [65 K 11,Fe,Ge, [78 S 11,FeGe (hexagonal) [84 B 31,cubic [81 E 11, monoclinic [83 F l] and FeGe, [64 F 11. 30 ‘) at RT [65 Y l] *) [65K 11:Fe,-,Ge,. 25. ‘) Relative to 57Fe in stainless steel. *) Relative to 57Fe in iron. 3, Average over the incommensurate modulation. 2 Fe-Ge Ref. p. 86(d,) cf. Fig.
Alloys and Compounds of d-Elements with Main Group Elements. Part 2 by Y. Nakamura (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)