ErNi5-xCox alloys were prepared by RF induction melting and analyzed using neutron powder diffraction. Rietveld analysis neutron diffraction data indicates the unit cell volume increases with Co content while the a and c lattice parameters show different dependencies on the composition. the Co atoms show higher affinity for the 3g sites than for the 2c sites. the Co sublattice tends to couple antiferromagnetically to the Er sublattice. the easy magnetization direction is along the c axis.
Z. Zu et al., "Neutron Diffraction Studies of ErNi₅₋ₓCoₓ (X=0.68, 1.68, 2.26) Alloys," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, vol. 31, no. 6, pp. 3659-3661, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1995.
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Keywords and Phrases
Co Content; RF Induction Melting; Rietveld Analysis; Antiferromagnetic Coupling; Antiferromagnetic Materials; Cobalt Alloys; Composition; Easy Magnetization Direction; Erbium Alloys; Lattice Constants; Lattice Parameters; Magnetic Structure; Magnetisation; Neutron Diffraction; Neutron Powder Diffraction; Nickel Alloys; Stoichiometry; Unit Cell Volume
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01 Jan 1995