Alloys and Compounds of d-Elements with Main Group Elements. by T. OHOYAMA (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)

By T. OHOYAMA (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)

Volume 32 of crew III is a complement to quantity III/19 and bargains with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and metal compounds which include at the very least one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32C offers entire and evaluated information on magnetic houses of alloys and compounds of d-elements with major crew parts released more often than not within the past decade.

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Mn3Sn. 2Sn [90B2]. The c projection of the hexagonal D019 structure is shown in (a). Here Mn atoms are shown as open circles, while Sn atoms are shown as solid circles, the larger being at z = 1/4, the smaller at z = 3/4 for both Mn and Sn. Magnetic moments of Mn atoms on the three sublattices A, B and C essentially compensate making an equilateral triangle, in either of the two "inverse triangle" patterns shown in (b). Sn b For Fig. 57 see p. 6 Fig. 58. Mn3Sn. Spin-wave dispersion relations. Energy transfer vs.

Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C Ref. p. 2 Table 87 88 89 90 91 92 Table 8. Supplement to Table 9 in LB III/19C, subsect. 1. Magnetic and related properties of FeSi [88T1] and FeSi2 [71D1]. 01 G at T < 100 K for p-type semiconducting compound [94A1]. 5 Fig. 71. 08. Magnetic phase diagram in a composition - temperature plane of the FCC alloy. P: paramagnet; F: ferromagnet; WF: weak ferromagnet; SG: spin glass. (1) Arrott plots; (2) ac susceptibility; (3) Mössbauer effect [86I2]. 08 Fig. 70. 3)1–xCx.

Magnetic and related properties of FeSi [88T1] and FeSi2 [71D1]. 01 G at T < 100 K for p-type semiconducting compound [94A1]. 5 Fig. 71. 08. Magnetic phase diagram in a composition - temperature plane of the FCC alloy. P: paramagnet; F: ferromagnet; WF: weak ferromagnet; SG: spin glass. (1) Arrott plots; (2) ac susceptibility; (3) Mössbauer effect [86I2]. 08 Fig. 70. 3)1–xCx. Composition dependence of the Néel temperature TN and another transition temperature Ttr below which cooling in a magnetic field of 50 Oe leads to a higher value of the magnetic susceptibility than zero-field cooling, as determined from susceptibility measurements [88S2].

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