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Quantity 32 of crew III is a complement to quantity III/19 and should care for the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and metal compounds which comprise a minimum of one transition element.The current subvolume III/32A presents complete and evaluated information on magnetic homes of 3d, 4d and 5d parts, alloys and compounds released in most cases within the prior decade.
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20. Fe, Co, Ni polycrystalline. Compton profiles at room temperature obtained using circularly polarised X rays with high intensity [87Ml]. The curves for Fe and Ni have been calculated according to [77Wl] and [83Rl], respectively. z-axis 11ki - kr. u. 10-24kg m s-‘. 14 fee Ni [Ref. p. 8 0 I I I I 1 2 3 4 PI- b Fig. 22. fee Ni. E circularly polarised synchrotron radiation [90Tl]. zaxis ]I ki - kr PS ak-3d 2- l1 c? theory l 0 experiment -2 Y -21 SC I I I I I I I I Ti V Cr Mn Fe Co Ni Cu Fig. 23.
ZK --- T = 77K I I I I I I! 2K I I I I I L L \ I I I 6 8 H OPPl ktle IO - Fig. 40. DMn with x at% Sb a or Fe b. 2 K for the resonancefrequency Land&-Bbmstein New Series IW32A 6 8 H OPPI kOe 10 - of 10 MHz. 0 at% Sb applies to 77 K [78Kl]. 2~ mm/s I [Ref. p. 43 Fig. 42. pMn. Quadrupole splitting A = 1e2qQ/21 of “Fe site II at 295 K vs. lattice constant a for various alloys Mn-x at% Fe [77Nl]. Fig. 41. PMn. Isomer shift IS at 295 K (relative to metallic iron) vs. lattice constant o. For the variation of the lattice constant with x see Fig.
E circularly polarised synchrotron radiation [90Tl]. zaxis ]I ki - kr PS ak-3d 2- l1 c? theory l 0 experiment -2 Y -21 SC I I I I I I I I Ti V Cr Mn Fe Co Ni Cu Fig. 23. aFe with 3d substitutional impurities. Local magnetic moment of the 3d impurity as derived from neutron diffraction spectra. Earlier experimental results. The curves are the results of calculations using KKR-Green’s functions and starting from the local density of statesof the impurity. A positive sign indicates parallel coupling to the bulk magnetisation [90Al].
3d, 4d and 5d Elements, Alloys and Compounds (Landolt-Bornstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series Condensed Matter) by H.P.J. Wijn, K. Kanematsu, S. Misawa, M. Shiga, H. Wada