By H. P. J. Wijn (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)
Volume 32 of team III is a complement to quantity III/19 and may care for the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and steel compounds which include at the least one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32A offers finished and evaluated info on magnetic homes of 3d, 4d and 5d components, alloys and compounds released as a rule within the earlier decade.
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16. Ni, polycrystalline, annealed for 2 h at 800 “C in Ar, furnace-cooled. 001 wt% S. Reversible part of the magnetic flux density change LIB, during sinusoidal stress cycling at room temperature as a 0 [Ref. p. 72 2 1 3 Id/m 4 H- function of applied magnetic field strength H. 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.
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Sc Ti V Cr Mn Fe. Co Ni Cu Zn Fig. 26. Ni with 3d substitutional impurities. Local magnetic moment of the 3d impurity. Curve calculated from the LDOS curves of Fig. 61 over the impurity Wigner-Seitz sphere [85Dl, 87B2, 87221. Experimental values are indicated by open circles: A [56Sl], B [63C2], C [63Ll], D [63Cl], E [63Ll, 65Cl], F [68Cl], G, I, J [69Cl, 73A1, 73111, H [7lCl], K [74Cl], L [7411-J,M [76Ll], N [76Cl], P [79Kl], Q [80Kl], R [81Cl]. Fig. 27. Ni with 4d substitutional impurities. Local magnetic moment of the 4d impurity.
3d, 4d and 5d Elements, Alloys and Compounds by H. P. J. Wijn (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)