By T. OHOYAMA (auth.), H. P. J. Wijn (eds.)
Volume 32 of crew III is a complement to quantity III/19 and offers with the magnetic houses of metals, alloys and steel compounds which comprise not less than one transition element.
The current subvolume III/32C offers entire and evaluated information on magnetic houses of alloys and compounds of d-elements with major crew components released often within the past decade.
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Extra resources for Alloys and Compounds of d-Elements with Main Group Elements. Part 2
Mn1–xCoxGe4 high-temperature synthesized. 0 Susceptibility cg [10 cm g ] Magnetization σ [G cm g ] Mn1-x Cox Ge4 Fig. 55. Mn3Sn. Temperature dependence of the spontaneous mass magnetization σs and the magnetic mass susceptibility χg [87O2]. (a) For magnetic field parallel to the a axis. (b) For magnetic field parallel to the c axis. 6Sn and was annealed at 850 °C for 50 h and cooled down to room temperature at 10 K/h. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C Ref. p. 4 3d elements and C, Si, Ge, Sn or Pb Mn3 Sn A 33 A C B C B B C B C A y A A A C B B C C B A B C A x Mn a Fig.
47. ηMn5Ge3. Temperature dependence of the mass magnetization σ measured in a magnetic field of 10 kOe along the c axis which is the direction of easy magnetization. Open circles: spontaneous mass magnetization derived from isothermal magnetization curves [90Y1]. –10 0 50 100 150 200 Temperature T [K] 250 300 Fig. 48. ηMn5Ge3. Temperature dependence of the magnetostriction constants, λ001 and λ100 [91B1]. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C Ref. p. 1 kOe 50 100 150 200 Temperature T [K] 250 60 50 20 40 15 30 20 10 0 120 300 10 kOe 130 140 b Fig.
The c projection of the orthorhombic unit cell. Full line: z ≈ 0, 1/2; long-dashed line: z = 1/4; short-dashed line: z = 3/4 [84O1]. b a Mn Ge Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C Ref. p. 5 100 150 a 7 200 250 300 Temperature T [K] 350 0 50 400 b 150 250 350 Temperature T [K] 450 550 x=0 –4 Resistivity ρ [10 Ωcm] 6 TC 5 4 3 2 1 0 50 100 c 150 200 250 300 Temperature T [K] 350 400 Fig. 53. Mn1–xFexGe4 high-pressure synthesized. Temperature dependence of (a) the mass magnetization σ in a magnetic field of 10 kOe [93T1], (b) the Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/32C reciprocal magnetic mass susceptibility χ g−1 [93T1], and (c) the electrical resistivity ρ for x = 0, MnGe4 [90T1].