By T. Kaneko (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)
Volume 19 of staff III (Crystal and stable country Physics) bargains with the magnetic homes of metals, alloys and metal compounds. the volume on hand of data during this box is so titanic that a number of subvolumes are had to conceal all of it. Subvolumes III/19a via III/19f deal with the intrinsic magnetic homes, i.e. these magnetic houses which rely in basic terms at the chemical composition and the crystal constitution. to this point, subvolumes III/19a, III/19b and III/19c have seemed. Subvolume III/19e is anxious with the magnetic information of the steel compounds of infrequent earth parts with major workforce components. it really is divided into elements. half III/19e2 got here out final yr; half III/19e1 is gifted herewith. facts at the houses that rely on the training of the samples measured, as for example, skinny motion pictures, amorphous alloys or the magnetic alloys utilized in technical purposes, are being compiled within the final subvolumes of III/19: III/19g and III/19h, of which III/19g has already appeared.
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Vs. 2kOe [83H 11. 4 8 E&u, I. 265(5) A [63 S 11. Additional literature [70 B I]. II. Antiferromagnetic paramagnetic (I) - antiferromagnetic (II) - antiferromagnetic (III) - antiferromagnetic (IV) - Ref. 2 K. “) Calculated by the relation 0 = l/3(0, + 0, + 03. 2K. In the table, O,, 0, and 0, are the paramagnetic Curie temperatures deduced from the reciprocal magnetic susceptibilities along the a, b, and c axis, respectively. x(7’): Fig. 128; x-‘(T): Fig. 129; a(H): Fig. 3 K [84 S 41. 3K [85L5], 1;z6K [83Hj], from a(T).
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6482 79Hl,79H2 8OLl 8264 83H 1 AF(I)sAF(II) phase transition temperature. 2 K. Calculated by the relation 0 = l/3(0, + 0, + 0,). 2K. 4 K and 54 kOe. In the table 0,. 0,. and 0, are the paramagnetic Curie temperature deduced from the reciprocal magnetic susceptibilities along the a, b, and c axis. respectively. x(T): Fig. 115; x-‘(T): Fig. 116; u(H): Fig. 117 [79Hl, a(T): Fig. llS;T,(H). 119 [82G4]. 79H2). III. 10 K( = TN),the magnetic structure is commensurate with the unit cell with a wavevector q, =1/3a* and the magnetic moments are aligned along the a axis.
Compounds of Rare Earth Elements with Main Group Elements. Part 1 by T. Kaneko (auth.), H.P.J. Wijn (eds.)