By H.P.J. Wijn, K. Kanematsu, S. Misawa, M. Shiga, H. Wada
Quantity 32 of crew III is a complement to quantity III/19 and should care for the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and steel compounds which comprise at the very least one transition element.The current subvolume III/32A offers accomplished and evaluated facts on magnetic houses of 3d, 4d and 5d parts, alloys and compounds released normally within the past decade.
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Ref. p. 2 Fe, Co, Ni 48 Table 6. Fe, Co, Ni with substitutional impurities. Magnetic hyperfine field HhYPat the impurity nucleus and its pressure dependence(S&,l@~)r at various temperaturesT [83K2, 86Kl]. 92(8) Ref. 5(8) - 15(l) 7(2) 3(2) 62Kl 82Wl 81Rl Co host “Mn Ni host “Mn Landolt-B6rnstein New Series 111132A Ref. p. 2 Fe, Co, Ni 49 Table 7. 005 wt% of Ni. Linear defects less than IO7cm/cm3. Local field II,,, felt by the positive muon, contact hyperfine field Hli due to polarised conduction electrons and relaxation rate A of the precession signals at various temperatures T.
Parameteris the stressamplitude a, applied parallel to the magnetic field [9lRl]. a compression cycle, b tension cycle. 7 Magnetic moments, Compton profiles SeeLB III/I9A, p. 52-57 For a comparison of theoretical and experimental values of the spin and orbital magnetic moments of bee Fe, fee Co and fee Ni see Tables 1 and 3. An investigation of the magnetisation in fee Ni at high temperature by polarised neutron scattering indicates little change in the magnetic form factor between 300 and 645 K [92Bl].
3d, 4d and 5d Elements, Alloys and Compounds (Landolt-Bornstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series Condensed Matter) by H.P.J. Wijn, K. Kanematsu, S. Misawa, M. Shiga, H. Wada