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By S. Kobe, A. R. Ferchmin (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)

Volume 19 of crew III (Crystal and good country Physics) offers with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and metal compounds. the quantity of knowledge to be had during this box is so mammoth that numerous subvolumes are had to hide all of it. Subvolumes III/19a via III/19f deal with the intrinsic magnetic houses, i.e. these magnetic houses which count basically at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. to this point, subvolumes III/19a, III/19b, III/19c, III/19e1 and III/19e2 have seemed. III/19d1 and III/19d2 will keep on with almost immediately. info at the houses that depend upon the practise of the samples measured, as for example, skinny motion pictures, amorphous alloys or the magnetic alloys utilized in technical functions, are being compiled within the final subvolumes of III/19: III/19g (Thin motion pictures) which got here out in 1988, the current subvolume III/19h which covers the magnetic houses of liquid quenched alloys containing transition parts, and III/19i.

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Kobe, Ferchmin Landolt436mstein New Series 111/19h Ref. p. 3 Amorphous 3d-M: paramagnetic properties 59 6 XP m3 kg 01 ~0 100 200 300 T- 400 500 K Fig. 30. 20. Magnetic susceptibility, xs (circles), and inverse susceptibility, x,’ (triangles), as a function of temperature, T [7821]. 3 Amorphous 3d-M: paramagnetic properties [Ref. p. 188 Table Sb. Ni-Pt-P alloys. Paramagnetic properties. For this series of alloys the magnetic susceptibility value given in the column, x,,,-xeorer is corrected for core diamagnetism by subtracting lEorcra weighted average of the core diamagnetic susceptibilities of the pure elements [SOH 43.

5)1,,0~xPx. Molar paramagnetic susceptibility, x,,,, as a function of temperature, T. The broken lines mark the glass transition range [85W2]. 3 Amorphous 3d-M: paramagnetic properties 58 [Ref. 29. 50. Magnetic ac susceptibility, xB(circles), and inverse susceptibility, x; 1(triangles),asa function of temperature,T [78Zl]. For Fig. 5 I6 x- Fig. 31. (Ni,Pd,J,,Si,,. Magnetic ac susceptibility, xs, in a field of ~60 A/m, as a function of Ni content, x. 2 K.. RT) of x*(T) [78Zl]. Kobe, Ferchmin Landolt436mstein New Series 111/19h Ref.

19. Co,,Sn,,. ceptibility, H/4nM (dimensionless, in cgs-units) of a sputtered specimen as a function of temperature, T [82MlO]. magnetic Fig. 20. Co,O,,-xZrx. Room-temperature susceptibility, xg, as a function of Zr concentration, x. A field-dependent contribution, attributed to ferromagnetic Co-rich clusters, is subtracted from the observed susceptibility to get xg. Triangles [82B2], circles [86F2]. 6 0 50 100 150 T- 200 250 300 K 350 Fig. 21. ColOO-xZrx. Magnetic susceptibility, xs, as a function of temperature, T.

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