By G. Zibold (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)
Since 1970 a number of volumes of the Landolt-Börnstein New Series have seemed that are dedicated to, or no less than comprise, the magnetic houses of a few detailed teams of drugs. quantity 19 of staff III (Crystal and sturdy nation Physics) bargains with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and metal compounds containing at the least one transition point. the quantity of data to be had has develop into so immense that a number of subvolumes are had to disguise all of it. the 1st subvolumes care for the intrinsic magnetic homes, i.e. these magnetic homes which count in basic terms at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. info at the houses, that, furthermore, rely on the guidance of the samples measured, as for example, skinny motion pictures or amorphous alloys and the magnetic alloys utilized in technical purposes, can 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 parts. within the current subvolume, III/19 b, the magnetic homes are handled of the binary steel 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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MolK3 I 300 H- AL AL c 0 l- b 6 8 K IO Fig. 64~. Mn,,,,,,,Cu,,99,,,. Temperature derivative of CJT obtained from point to point differences of the individual data points showing an anomaly in the vicinity of T,. The full curve is the assumed background [83 B 11. See also [82 B I,84 B 31. Zibold 36 [Ref. p. 5 . 2 @cm I 100 I I 200 300 I I 400 500 I 600 K ’100 IFig. 65. Mn-Cu. Electrical resistivity Q vs. temperature. Resistivity values at 300K are given in [&km], ordinate zero suppressed. Arrows indicate approximate magnetic transition temperatures [61 K 11.
Fe-Cu. Optical transmissivity vs. photon energy for films measured at 77 K. Films are produced by quench-condensating both components on a substrate held at 77 K and subsequently annealed at 350 K. Film thickness of different alloys varies between 250A and 410A [79 K 71. I I I I I I 0 20 40 60 80 100 I 120 K T- Fig. 88. Fe&u. Electrical resistivity of films vs. temperature for Fe concentrations between 0 and lOOat%. The films are prepared by quenching both components from the vapor phase on a substrate held at 14K and subsequently annealed at 160 K [76 K 11.
95, and specific heat Cdata, respectively, fitted toasumoftwoLangevinfunctionsa=x~,L , xJxJ denoting the atomic fraction of (g)+,,,(g) particles with small (large) magnetic moment R(j,)y and to the eq:ation C= A+yT+/JT3 fraction of superparamagnetic particles x = & [70H I]. ooo79 20430. 73 ‘) Method according to [57 B 2, 57 C 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.
Alloys and Compounds of d-Elements with Main Group Elements. Part 1 by G. Zibold (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)