By H.P.J. Wijn, K. Kanematsu, S. Misawa, M. Shiga, H. Wada
Quantity 32 of workforce III is a complement to quantity III/19 and may care for the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and metal compounds which include at the least one transition element.The current subvolume III/32A presents finished and evaluated facts on magnetic houses of 3d, 4d and 5d components, alloys and compounds released almost always within the earlier decade.
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Phonon density of states at 1428 K as derived from the phonon dispersion curves of Fig. 4 [87Zl]. Land&-BOrnstein New Series IW32A :::I 0 50 100 150 200 250 K 300 T- Fig. 6. yFe. Effective Debye temperature 0, vs. temperature T as derived from the phonon density of statesof Fig. 5 [87Zl]. 36 [Ref. p. 62051 0 I 50 I 100 r- I 150 I 200 I 250 K 300 Fig. 7. 99 wt% pure, annealed at 360 “C for 168 h. Lattice parameter a determined from the (600)-diffraction line of a MO target and c determined from the (400)-reflection of an Fe target.
Spin-dependent Compton profile at room temperature obtained with 54 keV circulary polarised synchrotron radiation. The curve is the atomic 3d distribution, convoluted with the experimental resolution function [88T2]. U. PI - ki - k,. 2 Fe, Co, Ni Ref. p. 5 Fig. 20. Fe, Co, Ni polycrystalline. Compton profiles at room temperature obtained using circularly polarised X rays with high intensity [87Ml]. The curves for Fe and Ni have been calculated according to [77Wl] and [83Rl], respectively. z-axis 11ki - kr.
1 Survey Properties Phasediagrams, lattice constants Elastic moduli, phonons Thermal expansion Spontaneousmagnetisation Magnetocrystalline anisotropy Magnetostriction Magnetic moments, Fe Fig. Table Fig. 1-3 1 7 Ni Table 4-6 13 13,14 15 18-20 20,21 1,3 4-6 7 Fig. 9 8 10-12 13 1 Compton profiles 23-25 Miissbauer data, relaxation 28-33, times 36, 38, 40 41-46 Muons Spin-wave properties 50-53 g-factor, ferromagnetic 56,57 resonance Density of electronic states 60 Specific heat, electrical resistivity Landolt-Bdmstein New Series 111132A co 3 4-6 16 17,20, 22 26,27 33-35, 37 58 49 54,55 59 63 61,62 64-67 47,48 Table 2 3 4-6 8 ’ Ref.