A magnetic Dis accommodation in dilute h.c.p. Co-C alloys has been observed around 90°C. The thermally activated process giving rise to the Dis accommodation is characterized by an activation energy of 26 kcal mole-1 and an attack frequency on the order of 10+13 sec-1. An application of the selection rules shows that the Dis accommodation cannot be caused by the redistribution of tetrahedral or octahedral interstitials or any nearest neighbor interstitial pairs as long as the defects interact linearly with the internal magnetic field. © 1971.
J. R. Keiser and M. Wuttig, "A Magnetic Aftereffect In Dilute H.c.p. Co-C Alloys," Acta Metallurgica, vol. 19, no. 5, pp. 445 - 449, Elsevier, Jan 1971.
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