By G. Zibold (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)
Since 1970 numerous volumes of the Landolt-Börnstein New Series have seemed that are dedicated to, or not less than comprise, the magnetic houses of a few detailed teams of drugs. quantity 19 of staff III (Crystal and good kingdom Physics) bargains with the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and steel compounds containing at the very least one transition aspect. the quantity of knowledge to be had has develop into so mammoth 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 houses which count basically at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. information at the houses, that, furthermore, depend upon the education of the samples measured, as for example, skinny motion pictures or amorphous alloys and the magnetic alloys utilized in technical functions, should 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 houses are taken care of of the binary metal alloys and compounds of 3d transition components with the weather of the teams 1B, 2A, 2B and 3B of the Periodic System.
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Ni-Cu. Temperature-independent magnetic mass susceptibility xg,, vs. Ni concentration: (open circles) quenched, (solid circle) aged at 300 “C [74 M 11; triangles [58P I]; squares [70 K I]; (dashed line) suggested variation of xeo as a function of Ni content [74 M I]. 7 100 150 T- 200 0 250 K 300 Fig. 106. NiXu. Magnetic mass susceptibility xB vs. temperature for Ni,,,Cu,,s with virtually no Fe (i), with approximately 100 at ppm Fe (2), and with 1000 at ppm Fe (3). The lower graph shows the same for Ni,,,Cu,,, with virtually no Fe and in the inset the inverse of the temperature-dependent susceptibility, (xp-xg,J1, vs.
Cu concentration for disordered (I) and ordered (2) samples at room temperature [81 D 11. 5 10 15 20 25 30 ot% 35 cu - Fig. 135. Ni-Cu. Magnetomechanical ratio g’ vs. Cu concentration for samples annealed at 750°C under inert atmosphere for 4 h [73 S 11. 0 .? 5 0 25 0 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Y- 45 50 55 Zibold 60MHz65 Fig. 136. Ni-Cu. NMR spectra for Cu in ferromagnetic Ni-Cu alloys, showing intensity divided by frequency vs. frequency, normalized to the same maximum height, in relative units: (HW) as ground, hard-worked samples; (HTA) the same samples after high-temperature anneal to 600°C and furnace cooling.
6 Mn-Cu 80 -amolK 60 I 40 c: lr 21 mJ I molk IE 160 160 mJ mJ 12 molK 120 I 27 8 I 80 c: 4 40 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 8 0 K : a l----c l----c 12 16 K : T- Fig. 63. Mn-Cu. ,,, alloys. The arrows indicate the freezing temperature F [76 W 21. Fig. 64a. Mn0,0027&u0,99721. Temperature dependence of the magnetic specific heat C,. Parameter is the magnetic field. 89 K as observed in susceptibility measurements. The sample was annealed just below the melting temperature [83 B I]. 846 ? 5 I 2 3 4 5 6 K 7 2 2, I I I 1 =1 1 Q c: 2 0 -1 0 Landolt-Bbmstein New Series IIV19b 2 4 T- 600 900 Oe 1200 Fig.