Magnetic Properties of Metals: d-Elements, Alloys and Compounds / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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During the last decades the knowledge of the magnetic properties of the d transition elements and of their metallic alloys and compounds has increased widely. The improvement of preparation techniques for well-defined substances, the development of sophisticated measuring methods and above all the drive to obtain more insight in the origin of magnetic interactions in solids have resulted in the publication of many specific magnetic properties for an abundance of all kinds of metallic materials. The data assembled in this booklet are selected from the comprehensive compilation of magnetic and related properties of metals in the Landolt-Bornstein New Series Group III sub volumes 19a, band c. It has been attempted to include preferentially those properties which are of a basic character and which therefore are most often needed by scientists active in the field of solid state magnetism. In the field of magnetism, there is a gradual transition from the use of cgs/emu units to SI units. It was, however, not intended to represent all data in the units of one system, regardless of how nice this would have been from a systematic point of view. Instead, mostly preference was given to the system of units that was originally used by the authors whose work is quoted. Thus cgs/ emu units occur most frequently. Of colirse the user of the tables and figures is helped in several ways to convert the data to the units which he is most familiar with, see, e. g.
Table of Contents1 3d elements.- 1.1 Ti, V, Cr, Mn.- 1.1.1 Ti.- 1.1.2 V.- 1.1.3 Cr.- 1.1.4 Mn.- 1.1.5 References for 1.1.- 1.2 Fe, Co, Ni.- 1.2.1 Phase diagrams, lattice constants.- 1.2.2 Paramagnetic properties.- 1.2.3 Spontaneous magnetization, magnetic moments and high-field susceptibility.- 1.2.4 Magnetocrystalline anisotropy constants.- 1.2.5 Magnetostriction coefficients.- 1.2.6 Magnetic moments and densities.- 1.2.7 Hyperfine fields.- 1.2.8 Spin wave properties.- 1.2.9 g factors.- 1.2.10 Fermi surfaces, band structures, exchange energies and electron spin polarizations.- 1.2.11 Kerref effect.- 1.2.12 References for 1.2.- 2 Alloys between 3d elements.- 2.1 Alloys between Fe, Co or Ni.- 2.1.1 Phase diagrams, lattice parameters.- 2.1.2 Paramagnetic properties.- 2.1.3 Hyperfine magnetic fields, isomer shifts.- 2.1.4 Spin waves.- 2.1.5 Atomic magnetic moment, g and g’factor.- 2.1.6 Spontaneous magnetization, Curie temperature.- 2.1.7 High-field susceptibility.- 2.1.8 Magnetocrystalline anisotropy.- 2.1.9 Magnetostriction.- 2.1.10 References for 2.1.- 2.2 Alloys between Ti, V, Cr or Mn.- 2.2.1 V-Ti.- 2.2.2 Cr-Ti.- 2.2.3 Cr-V.- 2.2.4 Mn-V.- 2.2.5 Mn-Cr.- 2.3 Alloys of Fe, Co or Ni and Ti, V., Cr or Mn.- 2.3.1 Fe-Ti.- 2.3.2 Fe-V.- 2.3.3 Fe-Cr.- 2.3.4 Fe-Mn.- 2.3.5 Co-Ti.- 2.3.6 Co-Cr.- 2.3.7 Co-Mn.- 2.3.8 Ni-Ti.- 2.3.9 Ni-V.- 2.3.10 Ni-Cr.- 2.3.11 Ni-Mn.- 2.3.12 Mn-V-Cr.- 2.3.13 Fe-V-Cr.- 2.3.14 Fe-Co-Ti.- 2.3.15 Fe-Co-Cr.- 2.3.16 Fe-Co-Mn.- 2.3.17 Fe-Ni-V.- 2.3.18 Fe-Ni-Cr.- 2.3.19 Fe-Ni-Mn.- 2.3.20 Co-Ni-Mn.- 2.3.21 References for 2.2 and 2.3.- 3 4d and 5d elements.- 3.1 Introduction to the paramagnetism of 4d and 5d transition metals.- 3.2 Magnetic susceptibility.- 3.3 References for 3.- 4 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements and 4d or 5d elements.- 4.1 3d elements and Zr, Nb, Mo or Hf, Ta, W., Re.- 4.1.1 Introduction.- 4.1.2 Ti and V alloys and compounds.- 4.1.3 Cr alloys and compounds.- 4.1.4 Mn alloys and compounds.- 4.1.5 Fe alloys and compounds.- 4.1.6 Co and Ni alloys and compounds.- 4.1.7 References for 4.1.- 4.2 3d elements and Ru, Rh, Pd or Os, Ir, Pt.- 4.2.1 3d-rich alloys.- 4.2.2 Concentrated alloys and intermetallic compounds.- 188.8.131.52 Introduction.- 184.108.40.206 Sc, Ti, and V alloys and compounds.- 220.127.116.11 Cr alloys and compounds.- 18.104.22.168 Mn alloys and compounds.- 22.214.171.124 Fe alloys and compounds.- 126.96.36.199 Co alloys and compounds.- 188.8.131.52 Ni alloys and compounds.- 4.2.3 4d-and 5d-rich alloys.- 4.2.4 References for 4.2.- 5 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with main group elements.- 5.1 3d elements and Cu, Ag or Au.- 5.1.1 Tables and figures containing data-on various alloys and compounds of the type 3d-(Cu, Ag, Au).- 5.1.2 Data on individual alloys and compounds.- 184.108.40.206 3d-Cu.- 220.127.116.11 3d-Ag.- 18.104.22.168 3d-Au..- 5.1.3 References for 5.1.- 5.2 3d elements with Be, Mg or Zn.- 5.2.1 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Be.- 5.2.2 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Mg.- 5.2.3 Alloys and compounds of 3d elements with Zn.- 5.2.4 References for 5.2.- 5.3 3d elements and B., A1 or Ga.- 5.3.1 Survey of tables and figures.- 5.3.2 3d-B alloys and compounds.- 5.3.3 3d-Al alloys and compounds.- 5.3.4 3d-Ga alloys and compounds.- 5.3.5 References for 5.3.- 5.4 3d elements and C., Si, Ge, Sn or Pb.- 5.4.1 Ti and Valloys and compounds.- 5.4.2 Cralloys and compounds.- 5.4.3 Mn alloys and compounds.- 5.4.4 Fe alloys and compounds.- 5.4.5 Co and Ni alloys and compounds.- 5.4.6 References for 5.4.- 6 Alloys and compounds between 4d or 5d elements and main group elements.- 6.1 Compounds of Zr.- 6.2 Alloys and compounds of Nb.- 6.3 Compounds of Mo.- 6.4 Alloys and compounds of Pd.- 6.5 Compounds of Hf.- 6.6 Compounds of Ta.- 6.7 Compounds of W.- 6.8 Alloys and compounds of Pt.- 6.9 References for 6.- 7 Heusler alloys.- 7.1 Ferromagnets X2MnZ with X=d element.- 7.2 Antiferromagnets X2MnZ with X=3d element.- 7.3 Ferromagnets X2YZ for Y 4? Mn.- 7.4 Paramagnets X2YZ withX, Y=3d element.- 7.5 References for 7.- 8 Metallic perovskites.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 Magnetic and related data of McX Mnf3 compounds.- 8.3 References for8.- Appendix: Contents of the volumes of the Landolt-Börnstein New Series (Group III, Vols. 19a-c) dealing with magnetic properties of metals based on d elements.