Preferential Silicon Site Occupation in Y₂Fe₁₄₋ₓSiₓB
Neutron-diffraction and Mössbauer effect studies of Y2Fe14-xSixB, where x is 0.28, 0.67, and 1.87, show that silicon preferentially occupies the 4c site in the R2Fe14B structure. If the breaking of short iron-iron bonds is the mechanism for the increase in the Curie temperature of R2Fe14-xSixB, then the bonds most responsible for the increase are those between iron atoms on the 16k2 and 4c sites.
G. K. Marasinghe et al., "Preferential Silicon Site Occupation in Y₂Fe₁₄₋ₓSiₓB," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 2764 - 2766, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Sep 1989.
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Keywords and Phrases
Composition effects; Electron energy levels; Magnetic field effects; Magnetic properties; Mössbauer spectroscopy; Neutron diffraction; Silicon; Spectrum analysis; Structure (composition); X ray analysis; Curie temperature; Mössbauer effect; Preferential silicon site occupation; Yttrium compounds
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01 Sep 1989