Thermal Expansion Anomalies of R₂(Fe₁₋ₓMₓ)₁₄B
Thermal expansion anomalies of R2(Fe1-xM x)14B (R=Nd and Y M=Co and Al) have been observed with x-ray powder diffraction in the range from room temperature to 1000 K. All these compounds show an abnormal thermal expansion below the Curie temperature. The substitution effect of Fe by Co and Al on the thermal expansion behavior has been investigated to determine how atomic ordering of these substituent atoms influence the Fe-Fe exchange interactions so as to alter the magnetic properties of the R-Fe-B intermetallic compounds.
B. P. Cheng et al., "Thermal Expansion Anomalies of R₂(Fe₁₋ₓMₓ)₁₄B," Journal of Applied Physics, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Jan 1987.
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01 Jan 1987