By H. P. J. Wijn (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)
Volume 32 of team III is a complement to quantity III/19 and should take care of the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and metal compounds which include at the very least one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32A presents finished and evaluated information on magnetic houses of 3d, 4d and 5d parts, alloys and compounds released in general within the earlier decade.
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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. 10e5below 50 K. The ratio c/u obtained by using the X-ray Bond’s method [8801, 89021. 15 600 570 565 615 600 I- 630 * 645 K 660 Fig. 8. 999 wt%. Magnetic contribution a,,, to the linear thermal expansion coefficient measured by a neutron back-scattering technique as a function of temperature T. Error bar indicated.
17, it is ascribed to long range magnetic order as a result of reverse polarisation of the 4s conduction band [92Bl]. 45 ~1~with Tc well above RT [92B2]. Results of linear momentum distributions of the unpaired-spin electrons, the so-called magnetic Compton profiles, of Fe, Co and Ni as measuredwith various techniques are reproduced in the Figs. 18-22. For ab-initio calculations in the case of Ni see [88SlJ. For the local magnetic moments of 3d, 4d and 5d transition metal inpurities in Fe and Ni see the Figs.
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