Recent years have seen a renewed search for Fe based permanent magnets, spurred by the discovery of Nd2Fe14B and interstitially modified rare-earth iron binaries. The insights derived from those compounds have suggested a number of routes to the development of such systems, including selective site substitution and combinations of site substitution and interstitial modification. Neutron diffraction is an essential component of this work, since it provides systematic information about the location of substitutional and interstitial atoms, and about the effects these changes have on the magnetic interactions in the systems of interest
W. B. Yelon, "Neutron Investigations of Novel Magnetic Phases," IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Jan 1995.
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Keywords and Phrases
Fe Based Permanent Magnets; Nd2Fe14B; Coercive Force; Ferromagnetic Materials; Interstitially Modified Rare-Earth Fe Binaries; Interstitials; Iron Alloys; Magnetic Structure; Neutron Diffraction; Novel Magnetic Phases; Permanent Magnets; Rare Earth Alloys; Selective Site Substitution
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