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

Quantity 32 of staff III is a complement to quantity III/19 and bargains with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and steel compounds which include not less than one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32B presents complete and evaluated information on magnetic homes of alloys and compounds of d-elements with major staff components released generally within the past decade.

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476. In the last decade, ternary alloy systems are mainly studied. Table 9. Ni–Cu–X. Freezing temperature Tf and Curie temperature TC. h and q mean homogenized and quenched samples, respectively. 1 29 Pd 7 21 93 50 Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32B X [at%] Tf [K] TC [K] Ref. 10 3d elements with Cu [Ref. p. 105 Table 10. Ni–Cu. Variation of magnon dispersion relation បωq = Dq2 [83L1]. 5 15 300 98 300 98 300 481 ± 24 432 ± 10 382 ± 12 337 ± 13 252 ± 15 30 Fig. 117. 476, Ni. 476. 27 [87C1]. Fig.

P. 105 Fig. 56. 97. Absolute value of NMR enhancement factor η and NMR spin lattice relaxation rate T1–1 as a function of a small applied field H0. H0 was sweeped from zero to negative fields and then back to zero field. 76 kOe [88J1]. Fig. 58. 97. 76 kOe [91T1]. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32B Ref. p. 10 3d elements with Cu Fig. 59. MnxCu1–x. Temperature dependence of mean hyperfine field observed by PAC [84R3]. 37 Fig. 60. Mn–Cu. 1 and 10 at% Mn [85T1]. Fig. 61. 92. Kinetics of decay of ESR signal intensity in cooling in a magnetic field of 8 kOe.

P. 105 Fig. 39. 95. Time dependence of magnetic remanence in zero magnetic field, Mr, and anisotropy energy constant, K, at a fixed temperature of (a) 10 K and (b) 14 K [86Y4]. Fig. 40. 9. Zero-field-cooled magnetic susceptibility, (1/H)M(t) (a), and the correponding relaxation rate, (1/H)dM(t)/dln t (b), vs. log t at different wait times tw. 8 Oe [90G1]. See also [83L2, 86L2, 86N3, 86N4, 87N4, 88G1, 88S1]. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32B Ref. p. 10 3d elements with Cu Fig. 41. 98. Fraction of slow relaxation, k, with about 30 s vs.

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