The influence of hydrogenation on the spin reorientation in the presence of neodymium was investigated in NdFe11Ti and NdFe11TH. The magnetic properties of these compounds were determined by utilizing ac magnetic susceptibility, thermomagnetic, and iron-57 Mössbauer spectral analysis. It was found that the these compounds had two advantages as hard magnetic materials such as: a high iron content yielding high magnetization and a high Curie temperature. The investigation results show that these compounds undergo a spin-reorientation transition at ~185 K and at 100± K, from an axial magnetic phase at high temperature to a basal magnetic phase at low temperature.
C. Piquer et al., "A Magnetic and Mössbauer Spectral Study of the Spin Reorientation in NdFe₁₁Ti and NdFe₁₁TH," Journal of Applied Physics, vol. 95, no. 11 I, pp. 6308-6316, American Institute of Physics (AIP), Jun 2004.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1063/1.1736333
Keywords and Phrases
Curie Temperatures; Quadrupole Shifts; Spint-reorientations; Thermomagnetism; Computational Methods; Crystal Orientation; Crystallization; Extrapolation; Hydrogenation; Magnetic Anisotropy; Magnetic Moments; Magnetic Susceptibility; Magnetization; Mathematical Models; Neodymium Compounds; Neutron Diffraction; Paramagnetism; Parameter Estimation; Spectrum Analysis; Magnetic Materials
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01 Jun 2004