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By G. Zibold (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3540170944

ISBN-13: 9783540170945

ISBN-10: 3540472045

ISBN-13: 9783540472049

Since 1970 numerous volumes of the Landolt-Börnstein New Series have seemed that are dedicated to, or no less than contain, the magnetic homes of a few certain teams of drugs. quantity 19 of workforce III (Crystal and stable country Physics) offers with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and steel compounds containing not less than one transition point. the volume of data to be had has develop into so sizeable that a number of subvolumes are had to conceal all of it. the 1st subvolumes take care of the intrinsic magnetic houses, i.e. these magnetic houses which count simply at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. information at the homes, that, additionally, rely on the education of the samples measured, as for example, skinny motion pictures or amorphous alloys and the magnetic alloys utilized in technical functions, may be compiled within the final subvolumes of the sequence. the 1st subvolume, III/19 a, seemed in 1986. It covers the magnetic houses of metals and alloys of the 3d, 4d and 5d transition components. within the current subvolume, III/19 b, the magnetic houses are handled of the binary metal alloys and compounds of 3d transition parts with the weather of the teams 1B, 2A, 2B and 3B of the Periodic System.

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Fig. 128. Ni-Cu. Composition dependence of various combinations of magnetic moments, pNi-pcu, pNi+pFand, pcu+pFond as deduced from data on elastic diffuse scattering of neutrons, and pa, from bulk magnetization data C73AQ Pccnd: conduction electron contribution to magnetic moment. 6 Ni-Cu Ref. p. 5 - Fig. 129. Ni-Cu, Co. Concentration dependence of the nonlocal magnetic moment (=negative magnetic moment corresponding to pcU+pcond of Fig. 128) vs. electron number in the 3d and 4s shells for CoNi, Ni, and Ni-Cu alloys from neutron diffraction [76 S I].

2, From specific-heat anomaly. Table 14. CoCu, Au. 1 K [62 L I]. Seealso [62 T I,70 T I,59 J I, 65 T I, 66Cl]. 71 u8. 6 Co-Cu Ref. p. 1393 47 Table 15. Co, Ni-Cu, Au. 4K) impurity NMR data for dilute “Co-Cu, 61Ni-Cu, “Co-Au and 61Ni-Au [73 N 21. See also [74 N 1,80 K 41 for Coo&. K: Knight shift; yN,ye: gyromagnetic ratio of the nuclei 2 h and electrons, respectively; 7”: spin lattice relaxation time; s= &0yN 4nk,’ Alloy K K2Tl T/s Ref. 5$2) coI[ 40-f I? 5 Ill . 0 Fig. 89. CooCu. Magnetic mass susceptibility xs of homogeneoussolid solutions vs.

122. Ni-Cu. 60*alloys homogenizedat 1100“C [73 R 23. Seealso [73 R 1, 73 B 11. 25 % 0115 -h 0 a 15 30 45 l- 60 75 K 90 0 30 60 b Fig. 123. Ni-Cu. The sameheat-treatmentas in (a) has no effect on this alloy [71 J I]. Zibold 90 l- 120 150 K 180 Ref. p. 8 I Fig. 124. Ni-Cu. Reduced hyperfine field (same data as in Fig. 123) plotted as a function of reduced temperature T/T, for 57Fe in (a) NiO,sCuo,s, although T, is raised by annealing, the spin calculated from a Brillouin fit remains essentially unaltered, and (b) Ni,,,,Cu,,,,, the effective spin calculated from these Mijssbauer results is much higher than the effective spins obtained from magnetization data (solid circles) [SS A 1, 71 J 11.

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